Longview Police Department has permanently closed its Highlands Satellite Office. The office was located at 216 30th Avenue behind the St. Helens grocery store.
Through the generosity and public interest of Cathryn Lenertz, the City of Longview maintained a satellite office in the Highlands Neighborhood from September 27, 1996 until August 31, 2016. The satellite office was purchased and the new owners allowed the police department to occupy that space until the end of April 2020. The Longview Police have moved back to the main station located at 1351 Hudson Street.
Although the public will not have access to a police satellite office, the police department continues to provide services as usual out of the main station. People may call the non-emergency dispatch number to report crime. The number, which operates 24-7, is 360.577.3098. The Cop Logic online police reporting tool is available 24-7 from the comfort of your home and can be accessed at www.mylongview.com. This tool is available for reporting crimes where a suspect is not known and can involve hit and runs with no injuries, identity theft, lost property, theft, theft from a vehicle, vandalism and vandalism of a vehicle. Eventually, once the main office is reopened, other services previously provided at the satellite office will be continued through the main office. These services include landlord tenant letters, bicycle registration, crime prevention outreach, community outreach and alarm letter notices.
Services previously provided from this office by the Department of Corrections (DOC) can be accessed through DOC’s main office located at 1953 Seventh Avenue, Suite 204. The phone number is 360.577.4050.
Services previously provided from this office by the Highland Neighborhood Association (HNA) can be accessed from HNA’s community center located at 292 21st Avenue. The phone number is 360.200.7359.