Corvallis Police Community Livability Officer (CLO) Patrol Team
In August of 2015 the Corvallis Police Department implemented the Community Livability Team which was developed to address chronic criminal behaviors which negatively impact the community and to improve livability. The team was developed out of a voter approved tax levy in 2013 which authorized funding for three additional Police Officers, supplies and equipment.
The CLO team is under the Community Services Division and managed by Captain Dan Hendrickson and Lieutenant Todd Bailey. The CLO team’s front line supervisor is Patrol Sergeant Ryan Eaton and consists of the following three police officers: Officer Trevor Anderson, Officer James Dodge, and Officer Luke Thomas.
The CLO team focuses on addressing neighborhood and community concerns which have a negative impact on livability. These uniformed patrol officers work in collaboration with other units within the police department, community groups, and Oregon State University to provide a safe and secure environment for all community members.
The team is responsible for establishing relationships within the community, providing crime prevention, education, and enforcement functions. The team undertakes these responsibilities by partnering with community groups to accomplish a variety of programs and projects. In addition, the team conducts directed foot and bicycle patrols while taking a proactive approach to enforcement.
The CLO team is available to make formal presentations to community groups. To find out more about scheduling a presentation contact the CLO team via email or telephone number listed below.
If you are experiencing chronic or repeated criminal behaviors that are negatively impacting our community please contact us at (if it is an emergency or immediate response is necessary call 911):
Community Livability Officer Patrol Team
180 NW 5th St
Corvallis OR 97330