Sheriff's Office News
JULY HEADLINES
Earlier this month, Deputy Mike Griffin led a team from Beaverton to the US Volleyball Boys' Junior Championships, placing 31th out of 69 teams from across the country.
An influential leader in the regional volleyball community, Griffin is a volunteer youth coach. Off the court, he is a School Resource Officer  where he helps create safe school environments for students, teachers, staff and parents.



WCSO FAMILY GROWS AS COUNTY 
POPULATION BOOMS
Three new recruit deputies graduated from the state police academy last week, as WCSO continues to recruit jail and patrol deputies to keep up with the demands of population growth in the region. Want to join our growing family? Attend our next hiring workshop on August 1.


DEPUTIES ON DUTY
Deputies provided extra patrols last month to enhance road safety, arresting a total of 86 impaired drivers. On average, WCSO deputies make 1,000 DUII arrests every year.
ALOHA MAN GETS 15 YEARS FOR CHILD PORN
David James McHarg was first arrested by WCSO in March 2016 after detectives were granted permission to assume the online identity of a teenage boy. McHarg was sentenced to 15 years in federal prison.


Porch package pirates pay the price when press presses public to pinpoint perps for patiently prying police.
FEATURED TEAM
Lost people. Downed aircraft. Major crimes. As the county's primary search and rescue team, WCSO Explorers stand ready for any mission. Did we mention they are only between the ages of 14 and 21?
SAFETY SPOTLIGHT
Damaged railway trestle caused by dump truck closes Helvetia Road near Northwest Phillips Road, though local traffic is now open. Trying to get to Helvetia Tavern and Roloff? Let our deputies show you.


COMPLETE A HOME SECURITY CHECKLIST


MOST WANTED
The following people are wanted for committing crimes. Do not approach them. If you see them or have information to share with law enforcement, please call non-emergency dispatch at (503) 629-0111.
EVENTS & RESOURCES
JULY 27-30
Don't miss out on four days of "Big Fair Fun" at the Fair Complex in Hillsboro. Be sure to visit our tent and say hi to our deputies and staff from WCSO.
NIGHT OUT
AUGUST 1
Enhance the relationship between neighbors & law enforcement while bringing back a true sense of community.
AUGUST 1
Speak with jail and patrol deputies about a career in law enforcement. Learn more about WCSO, including our hiring process, benefit packages and Q&A session.

SEPTEMBER 5
Our renowned academy gives you a first-hand look into the kind of work that we do everyday. Apply by August 25.



 WCSO FOUNDATION
The mission of the Washington County Sheriff's Office (WCSO) Foundation is to raise and contribute funds for programs and/or services that will improve public safety throughout Washington County, which may not be funded through the regular Sheriff's Office Budget. Learn more: http://wcsofoundation.org/
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