• Resources

    If you are concerned about a student being at risk to harm someone, or to harm themselves, the following resources can assist you.   If this is an emergency dial 911.

    The bottom of this page contains a list of links to web-based tools and trainings that can be useful for schools and parents anywhere.

    Marion County

    Law Enforcement

    Aumsville Police Department 
    503.749.2188 
    Gervais Police Department   503.792.4575
    Hubbard Police Department   503.981.8738 
    Keizer Police Department      503.390.3713 
    Marion County Sheriff’s Office    503.588.5094 
    Mt. Angel Police Department  503.845.9294 
    Salem Police Department 503.588.6123 
    Silverton Police Department   503.873.5326 
    Stayton Sublimity Police Department  503.769.3421 
    Turner Police Department  503.743.2588 
    Woodburn Police Department  503.982.2345 
      

    Department of Human Services (DHS)

    Child Abuse Hotline                               503.378.6704 
               

    Mental Health Services

    Marion County Youth and Family Crisis Services 503.576.4673
    Psychiatric Crisis Center 503.585.4949
                                 
                                 

    Polk County

    Law Enforcement

    Dallas Police Department    503.623.2338
    Independence Police Department          503.838.1214 
    Monmouth Police Department   503.838.1109 
    Polk County Sheriff’s Office  503.623.9251 
    Salem Police Department  503.588.6123 
                                 
       

    Department of Human Services (DHS)

    Child Abuse Hotline                                503.378.6704 
               

    Mental Health Services

    Polk County Mental Health Crisis - Weekdays 503.623.9289 
    Polk County Mental Health Crisis - After Hours 1.800.560.5535
     
     

    Yamhill County

    Law Enforcement

    Amity Police Department  503.835.8606 
    McMinnville Police Department  503.434.7307 
    Newberg-Dundee Police Department        503.538.8321 
    Yamhill County Sheriff’s Office  503.434.7506 
                                           

    Department of Human Services (DHS)

    Child Abuse Hotline                                       503.378.6704 
               

    Mental Health Services

    Yamhill County Family & Youth  503.434.7462 
    Yamhill County Mental Health Crisis - Weekdays 503.434.7462 
    Yamhill County Mental Health Crisis - After Hours  1.800.842.8200
     

     
  • Internet Resources

      
    -This website provides basic information regarding our Student Threat Assessment System and Adult Threat Advisory Team or TAT. 
     
    -An Operational Guide for Preventing Targeted School Violence
     
    -SafeOregon is a program created for Oregon students, parents, school staff and community members to report and respond to student safety threats.
     
    -Resources for Parents and Educators regarding dating abuse.  Click here for a handout created by Marion County. 
     
     - Do you see what is actually going on? Watch this PSA from Sandy Hook Promise to learn what dangers might be hiding in plain sight.
     
    - An interactive guide to safety on the Internet for parents, law enforcement, and kids of all ages. Provided by the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children.
     
     - The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® is a non—profit 501(c)(3) corporation whose mission is to help find missing children, reduce child sexual exploitation, and prevent child victimization. Since 1984, NCMEC has served as the national clearinghouse and resource center for families, victims, private organizations, law enforcement and the public on issues relating to missing and sexually exploited children.
     
    -A school resource guide for Safety Planning for Fire, Earthquake, Lockdown, Lockout, and Shelter in Place.