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Sheriff Garrett Discusses Inmate Death

November Sheriff's Office News    This month's edition includes a request from Sheriff Garrett asking for support for all communities in Washington County, a concealed handgun license training opportunity, coyote sightings, No Shave November for charity and much more.

Scam Warning - Telephone scams continue to be an issue facing our community. Be aware scammers can be very persistent, aggressive and convincing. They may ask you to wire money, buy prepaid gift/credit cards or try to solicit personal or financial information. Learn more about these types of scams and what to do if you are victimized.        


Join our Team - The Sheriff's Office seeks individuals who are great communicators, are of strong moral character and creative problem solvers, maintain positive attitudes and thrive working in a team environment. If you are ready for a career that allows you to give back to your community and make a difference everyday, consider a career as a Deputy Sheriff. Read more...


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Your Sheriff's Office is kicking off a new campaign called "See Something? Say Something!" to help educate residents on when and how to call police for non-emergency reasons.  The goal of the campaign is to encourage people to report behaviors and activities that appear to be criminal in nature. Printable flyers English/Spanish

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