MEDFORD, Ore. —With help from an outside agency, Medford Police is learning more about its level of service. A new report is applauding the work of one of the agency’s teams. According to the city of Medford, it’s the first time ...

MEDFORD, Ore. —The city of Medford is taking steps to change how it polices the downtown area. NBC5 told you last month, that the city was considering a Pilot Program, that could bring more police enforcement. The idea came from ...

MEDFORD, Ore. —The massive Bear Creek Greenway clean-up project continues in Medford. But as the livability team works on more campsites, homeless advocates continue the fight. Medford Police say it’s cleaned up 99 camps so far since the passage of ...

MEDFORD, Ore. —It’s been 5 weeks since Medford’s livability team, began the massive clean-up of the Bear Creek Greenway. The joint effort includes Medford Fire, Medford Parks, and several local non-profit service organizations, who help the homeless. MPD says so ...

MEDFORD, Ore. – As Medford’s camping ban goes into effect, Medford Police are taking the first steps. Starting this week, Medford Police are handing out 72-hour notices to people living on the Greenway, as the city’s prohibited camping ordinance takes ...

MEDFORD, Ore.- A collaboration between a community non-profit and the Medford Police Department helped one man go from homelessness to his very own apartment. But they give most of the credit to his hard work. A year ago Chris Franklin ...

MEDFORD, Ore.– Livability teams with the Medford Police Department scanned the length of the city’s portion of the Bear Creek Greenway Wednesday looking for homeless camps. The goal was not to rustle the homeless from their temporary homes but help ...

MEDFORD, Ore. — A new initiative by the Medford Police Department is already showing signs of success.  One month ago, its so-called “Livability team” was put into action to address drug use and homelessness in the downtown area. The team ...

MEDFORD, Ore. — “What keeps you from getting into a house… like what kind of barriers do you have,” asked Corporal Randy Jewell of the Medford Police Department to two homeless people living on the Bear Creek Greenway. Corporal Jewell ...

MEDFORD, Ore. — More security is coming to downtown Medford and the Bear Creek Greenway with the help of a project that’s been in the works for over a year. The ‘Livability Team’ will devote more resources to those areas ...

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