Active Shooter Citizen Response
In light of recent workplace violence in our nation, the Medford Police
Department would like to direct our community members to a very
informative video. The Huston Texas Police Department, with the
assistance of Department of Homeland Security, produced this educational
video related to active shooter events called RUN.HIDE.FIGHT. The
video covers appropriate responses to an active shooter and
suggested preparations we should make. If your work situation
allows, we would encourage you to discuss this among the group
you work with. Periodic training or discussion about your workspace,
the avenues of escape, available hiding places, and resources
to fight are important and could save your live.
Our goal in sharing this information is not to create fear or anxiety
of an active shooter event. As a police department we want to assist
in promoting the safety of the community members we serve,
and help ease any fears or anxiety due to recent workplace
violence in our nation.
Jackson County Predatory Sex Offender Notification
In accordance with Oregon Revised Statutes 181.585 to 181.589, Jackson County is notifying the community that the persons listed below are residing within the borders of Jackson County, Oregon.
The majority of registered sex offenders in Jackson County ARE NOT included in our Sex Offender Community Notification web page. Only "predatory" sex offenders, currently on supervision, are listed on the web page.
These persons are NOT WANTED for any new crime. Do not attempt to apprehend. If you have information related to misconduct or violations of Probation, Parole, or Post Prison Supervision for any person listed below, contact Jackson County Community Justice or the Parole/Probation Officer listed under the individual offender's information.
Tripcheck Travel Information
TripCheck is a one-stop shop for information on traveling in Oregon, with the latest conditions via road cameras, continuous winter travel updates, year-round highway construction details, and other valuable tips to get you to and from your favorite places in Oregon via air, bus, rail, or ride share.
For road conditions and travel information, visit www.tripcheck.com, or call 511.