August crime, fire service data for Salem area now available
Salem Reporter is continuing to compile and publish monthly crime and fire data from the various public safety agencies in the area.
Salem Reporter is continuing to publish monthly call data from public safety agencies in Marion County.
This is a snapshot of August numbers compared to the same time last year.
The data came from the Salem Police Department, the Marion County Sheriff's Office, Salem Fire Department and Marion County Fire District.
Marion County Sheriff's Office calls for service August 2018/2019.
Marion County Fire Department calls August 2018/2019.
Salem Police Department calls for service August 2018/2019.
Salem Fire Department calls for service August 2018/2019.
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FreeHEALTH May. 27
Mass shootings elsewhere can cause anxiety, regression in children in Oregon
A Portland psychiatrist advises parents to discuss the shooting with children but not get into details.
LOCAL SCHOOLS May. 27
Educators raise concerns about fights, assaults in Salem middle schools
Dozens of educators at Waldo Middle School signed a letter in February saying they were being asked to routinely break up fights and receiving verbal abuse and threats from students. The teacher union president and administrators say the issue has improved over the spring, but challenges remain.
SALEM PEOPLE AND PLACES May. 26
Tennis and pickleball tournament benefits women’s heart health
Salem Health Foundation’s charity tournament fosters friendly competition and medical awareness.
FreeOREGON NEWS May. 26
Oregon Congressional Democrats call for federal gun control after Texas shooting
In the wake of a deadly Texas school shooting, Rep. Cliff Bentz, Oregon’s sole congressional Republican, ignored questions
2022 PRIMARY May. 26
Ward 4 race could go to November ballot as candidates just one vote apart
A tight Salem City Council race between Deanna Gwyn and Dynee Medlock may hinge on whether voters correct signature issues on ballots by June 7. With the tally as it now stands, neither candidate has enough votes to win the race outright.