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.  The Washington County Public Safety Levy in November helps pay for this service.

Measure 34-236 - Levy Renewal for Countywide Public Safety Services. Washington County provides public safety services for all city and urban unincorporated neighborhoods and rural communities within county boundaries.  This November, voters have the opportunity to vote on the Washington County Public Safety Levy, which provides funds for personnel and services over five years. Read more.

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NOW HIRING - Deputy Recruitment
The Washington County Sheriff's Office is accepting applications for patrol and jail deputies October 03- 16.  Apply online or in person with Human Resources.  Read more.

 Sheriff's Office News - The September issue is now available.

Power Curve Women's Safety Fair - On Saturday, October 17 the Washington County Sheriff's Office will host an all-day safety fair at its Hillsboro headquarters. This is a hands-on self-defense course taught by Sheriff's Office Defensive Tactics Instructors. 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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