Washington County Sheriff, Oregon
Have you seen or heard about the 9PM Routine on social media? It's become a popular - and simple - way for folks to to protect their home and property. Every night at 9:00PM, we encourage the community to lock up property, turn on lights and bring in valuables to reduce the likelihood of falling victim to property crimes. This campaign has proved vast success throughout the country and we look forward to implementing it in Washington County. Visit the 9PM Routine page or follow our social media accounts to learn more: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram
ESPD ADVISORY COMMITTEE ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS
DEADLINE: DECEMBER 31, 2018 AT 4:00PM
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 advised the Sheriff on strategic goals and direction for the law enforcement district. Apply today if you reside or own a business within the ESPD.
MONTHLY LANDLORD FORUM: DECEMBER 12, 2018
PCC WILLOW CREEK
Each month from October through May, the Westside Crime Prevention Coalition hosts training forums for landlords and property owners on topics varying from basic tenant laws and contracts, as well as special topics such as service animals and habitability issues. The topic for December will be "They're Gone, But What Now?," dealing with final accountings and abandoned property procedures, and will occur Wednesday, December 12 from 6:30-8:00pm at PCC Willow Creek. Cost is free, registration is required.
2017 ANNUAL REPORT AND STRATEGIC PLAN NOW AVAILABLE
WCSO is proud to share our Annual Report and Strategic Plan. The Annual Report looks back at some of our accomplishments in 2017, while the Strategic Plan looks at our future. Thank you for letting us serve you!
NEIGHBORHOOD LIVABILITY IMPROVEMENTS
Beginning January 1, 2018, neighborhoods within the Enhanced Sheriff's Patrol District (ESPD) will benefit from enhanced county ordinances designed to help resolve livability issues. These include changes to the existing Towing and Parking Ordinance and the existing Chronic Nuisance Ordinance. Not sure if you live in the ESPD? Please visit Who Patrols My Neighborhood and enter your address to find out. Our Code Enforcement page includes a summary of the upcoming changes.