Sheriff's Services - Cornelius, Oregon
Your Sheriff's Office is kicking off a new campaign to help Cornelius residents know when and how to call police for non-emergency reasons.
Residents should report issues such as graffiti, property damage, neighborhood issues, and any incidents that can cause our community to degrade. Call non-emergency dispatch at (503) 629-0111. Printable flyers English/Spanish
A Message from Chief John Bennet
As of February 25, 2019, the Washington County Sheriff's Office and the City of Cornelius selected me to be your Chief of Police. I report directly to City Manager Rob Drake. My leadership team is comprised of myself, Sergeant Jordan Weston, and Corporal Tyler Whitley.
Since July of 2014, the City of Cornelius has recieved police services from the sheriff's office. Our dedicated staff is outfitted in Cornelius Police uniforms and patrol the city in Cornelius Police marked vehicles. Your Cornelius Police Department is comprised of 13 full-time staff, including myself. I am truly honored to step into the role as your police chief. I am committed to this community and I am excited about the opportunities and challenges that are ahead of me.
I want you to know that I believe strongly in the core values of the Cornelius Police Department and Sheriff's Office;
Do your best
Do the right thing
Treat people the way you want to be treated
Whether you are enforcing the law, attending community events, or simply having coffee with folks; treating each other with respect and valuing other points of view matters. I sincerely value the support and trust bestowed upon us by the public. I will hold myself and staff accountable to always adhere to these core values. I look forward to seeing you all around town and serving you as your chief.
~ Sincerely, Chief John Bennett