The Confederated Tribes of Coos, Lower Umpqua and Siuslaw Indians Police Department, in cooperation with our Tribes and its members, works to protect life and property, and enhance the quality of life for all who reside upon or visit our Tribal lands.

    The Confederated Tribes Police Department is located at 5647 Highway 126, Suite 100, Florence, Oregon, adjacent to Three Rivers Casino.

    The Confederated Tribes of Coos, Lower Umpqua and Siuslaw Indians Tribal Police Department is intended to be a full services police and public safety organization responsible for the delivery of specialized and necessary services to the Tribal communities and our Tribal business interests. We recognize the value of partnering and working cooperatively with key stakeholders, partners and our entire Tribal community in developing adequate levels of police service, being mindful of the need to restrict unnecessary duplication and to provide public safety services in the most efficient and effective manner possible.

    Without a Tribal Police Department, there would be virtually no law enforcement on our Tribal lands. In addition to providing services at the Three Rivers Casino, and surrounding property, we also provide full police services in Coos County for our Tribal Housing, Tribal Administration, Tribal Hall and our Tribal members. As Tribal police officers we have access to our Tribal Court, and are sensitive to our Tribal culture and beliefs. With our own Police Department, our Tribes have the ability to help our people when they need or ask for assistance with law enforcement-related issues.

    In case of an emergency, always dial 911


    Click here for the Emergency Preparedness Program

    Contacts List

    Administrative Specialist
    Paula Williams
    Administrative Specialist
    541-997-6011 (Main)



    Chief Law Enforcement Officer/ Executive Director of the Gaming Commission
    Brad Kneaper
    Chief Law Enforcement Officer/ Executive Director of the Gaming Commission
    541-902-6658 (Main)