A portable surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) sensor is developed and applied to simultaneous detection of aniline and phenol derivatives in a label-free way with an electrostatic preconcentration technique to amplify the signals. A SERS-active substrate, silver-electro-deposited screen-printed electrodes (Ag-SPEs), is used for qualification and quantification of polar organic pollutants. Observation of SERS spectra at different potentials indicates that polar pollutants are selectively adsorbed on the Ag-SPEs at a given potential, suggesting that Ag-SPEs could selectively attract polar pollutants to an oppositely charged electrode at different potentials. Optimum SERS-active substrate was obtained when a potential of -0.15 V vs Ag/AgCl was applied on the SPEs in 0.1 M AgNO3 solution for 10 min. Moreover, the effects of experimental variables such as the electrodeposition time and potential of Ag and preconcentration time of polar molecules on the SERS signals are presented. Under optimum conditions and with a 785 nm laser, the method is effective over a wide range of concentration (1 nM to 1 mu M) for aniline and phenol derivatives. The novel method described herein presents a new detection regime for environmental pollutant analysis and also demonstrates simultaneous multiplexed detection of polar organic pollutants using convenient Ag-SPEs.