Central Point OSP Office Closes to the Public During Expansion

The Oregon State Police Central Point Office is going under construction starting Monday, May 1. The existing building will undergo a complete renovation and expansion to enable OSP to better respond to the community.

The upgrade and and remodel of the existing 24,000 sqft facility will take place while construction crews also add another 24,000 sqft onto the campus. The $15M project’s end result will be a 48,000 sqft facility, which will also meet modern day seismic standards.

Rendering of OSP -Central Point

Officials say that during this construction project, the office will be closed to the public until OSP is able to find a suitable temporary site.

Although the office is closed to the public, OSP will continue to work from the Central Point location during the ongoing construction project.

Until further notice, public entry into the Central Point OSP office will be closed to the public. For services of VIN inspections, Tow releases, or Sex Offender Registration, make arrangements at the Grants Pass Office. Additionally, Sex Offender Registrations can be processed at your local law enforcement agency.

OSP suggests that customers call ahead to the Grants Pass OSP Office to speak with a representative for assistance or to schedule an appointment. Contact numbers can be found: https://www.oregon.gov/osp/Pages/contact.aspx

If you have a law enforcement emergency, call 911. If you wish to report a crime, call the dispatch center at *OSP from your mobile device or 800-442-0776.

Source: OSP

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