Albany, Linn County, OR Police Department

Updated on: January 15, 2021

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Albany Police Department, Linn County, Police Department

1117 Southeast Jackson Street, Albany, Oregon, 97322

Oregon

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The Albany Police Department, built up in 1942, is the essential law requirement organization serving the City of Albany, Linn County, Oregon. Starting at 2013, it had a staff of around 16.

The Albany Police Department covers roughly 71 square miles (114.26 km2). The number of inhabitants is around 133588.

The Albany Police Office has various strength units, including Smack, bicycle watch, harbor watch, cruisers, mounted watches, and an assortment of investigator units.

The Albany City Jail is a holding facility for Albany Police Department at 1117 Southeast Jackson Street, Albany, Oregon, 97322.

Albany, Linn County, OR Overview

nicknames:
Hub of the Valley Grass Seed Capital Rare Metals Capital
mottos:
The center of the Willamette Valley; the heart of Oregon
Coordinates:
44.63028°N 123.09611°W
Country:
United States
State:
Oregon
Counties:
Linn, Benton
Incorporated:
1864
Government:
Type:
Council-Manager
Mayor:
Sharon Konopa
Area:
City:
17.87 sq mi (46.28 km2)
Land:
17.66 sq mi (45.75 km2)
Water:
0.21 sq mi (0.54 km2)
Urban:
21.7 sq mi (56 km2)
Elevation:
210 ft (60 m)
Population (2010):
City:
50,158
Estimate (2019):
55,338
Density:
3,132.81/sq mi (1,209.61/km2)
Urban:
56,997 (US: 459th)
Metro:
118,765 (US: 323th)
Time zone:
UTC−8 (Pacific)
Summer (DST):
UTC−7 (Pacific)
ZIP codes:
97321-97322
Area code(s):
541, 458
FIPS code:
41-01000
GNIS feature ID:
1116796

Albany, Linn County, OR Police Office Basic Information

Sending a Mail and Visitation

The Albany City Jail does not allow its inmates to receive or send mails or packages and prohibits any of its arrestees from getting visitors. If you wish to visit or send correspondence to the inmate, you will have to wait until they transfer to a Linn County, Oregon Sheriff’s Office jail.

Linn County Sheriffs Office - Brownsville Substation

The Linn County Sheriff’s Office is also responsible for the public safety of the Albany, Oregon:

Address: 255 North Main Street, Brownsville, Oregon, 97327

Phone: 541-967-3911

Website: website

Directions

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