General Information: 503-823-4000
1221 SW 4th Avenue, Room 110, Portland, OR 97204
The Portland Police Bike Theft Task Force is partnering with the bicycling community to focus efforts on reducing bike thefts in the city through education, awareness and enforcement.
Unfortunately, bikes are stolen in Portland every day; these thefts are often fueled by drug use and addiction--the bikes are sold to drug dealers in exchange for drugs.
The Police Bureau takes reports on stolen bikes, but without any means of identification (such as serial number), it can be difficult to have probable cause to seize a stolen bike as well as return recovered bikes to their rightful owners. The PPB Property Room has hundreds of bikes that are not able to be returned. Therefore, we recommend registering your bike with either of our partners: Project 529 or Bike Index.
There are also some valuable prevention techniques that you can use to help prevent your bike from being stolen.
Details on the U-Lock? U Rock! program
Including Selling and Buying Bikes
Report your bicycle stolen online.
Submit a tip to investigators
A list of bikes stolen in Portland on Bike Index.
If you have a missing bike from the Portland metro area, the Portland Police Bureau's Property Evidence Division might be holding it.