Troutdale Police will host a Community Education and Resource Day on Saturday, May 4, in the community room of the new police facility at 234 S.W. Kendall Court.

Presentations include:

•9 a.m. Meet the Chief: Chief Scott Anderson will greet visitors and be available for questions.

•9:15 a.m. Meet your Neighborhood DA: Find out what happens after you file a police report or receive a ticket.

•10 a.m. Identity Theft-Social Media: Officer Chris Stephens will talk to visitors about identity theft.

•11 a.m. TIPS (Trauma Intervention Prevention): How TIPS helps the community and how you can volunteer.

•11:30 a.m. East Metro Mediation-Conflict Resolution: Free resources for both neighborhoods and businesses.

•12:15 p.m. Code Enforcement Update: Livability issues and common concerns.

•1 p.m. Neighborhood Watch and Crime Prevention: Get involved and volunteer.

•Bicycle registration information will be available.

•Multnomah County alarm requirements: Get questions about your alarm system answered.

There will be free document and mail shredding, limited to one curb-size container per household until noon or until the provided truck is full. Visitors also can dispose of expired prescriptions and unwanted medications.

Participants will receive one raffle ticket for every presentation attended, and those who pre-register for any of the above sessions at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. will receive an additional raffle ticket.

Non-perishable food donations will be welcome.

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