ESPD Advisory Committee


 
ESPD Advisory Committee

NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS TO SERVE ON THE ESPD ADVISORY COMMITTEE


The Enhanced Sheriff's Patrol District (ESPD) Advisory Committee works with Sheriff Garrett and other officials from the Sheriff's Office to review and offer recommendations regarding the level and type of police service in the ESPD. The committee also advises the Sheriff on strategic goals and direction for the law enforcement district. Future considerations will be to review other long-range opportunities for future enhanced law enforcement and community collaboration.

The ESPD provides enhanced patrol response to over 215,000 residents in the urban areas outside of cities in Washington County, including Bethany, Cedar Mill, Cedar Hills, Aloha, Reedville, Garden Home, Metzger, Rock Creek, Raleigh Hills, Bull Mountain, Bonny Slope, West Slope, Oak Hills, and more. Voters first approved the ESPD in 1987 and all local option levies since then. Not sure if you live in the ESPD? Find out here.

The Sheriff's Office is seeking applicants from diverse backgrounds to represent our communities. Committee members serve a three-year term and must reside or own a business within the ESPD.

Applications can be completed online using the form below, or by contacting Lori Larson at 503-846-2694, or by email at lori_larson@co.washington.or.us.

The deadline to submit an application is Monday, December 31, 2018 at 4:00pm.

By typing my full name, I affirm that all information is true to the best of my knowledge and that I understand that any misstatement of fact or misrepresentation of credentials may result in this application being disqualified from further consideration or, subsequent to my appointment to this committee, and may also result in my dismissal. Additionally, my signature affirms that I have not been charged with a violent misdemeanor or convicted of a felony.