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MEET YOUR RECRUITERS

Sergeant

Shaddy

Love hanging out with my wife and children, like playing golf, huge Oregon Duck and college football fan.

Assignments: Jail, Recruitment Team

Washington County: 19 years

Deputy

Orozco

Love all sports. Father of one. Can’t swim but love the water … bad combination. Want to travel the world, next stop New Zealand!

Assignments: Patrol, Field Training Officer (FTO), Domestic Violence Response Team (DVRT), Recruitment Team

Washington County: 10 years

Corporal

Hennessey

Enjoy spending time with friends and family and working out.

Assignment: Jail, Corrections Emergency Response Team (CERT), Recruitment, Survival Skills Instructor, Pod 3 (Maximum Security), and Special Needs Pod (SNP)

Deputy

King

I love college basketball, cooking, elk hunting and backpacking. Father to four. Avid foodie who loves to try all the cool restaurants the area has to offer – Italian is my favorite.

Assignments: Field Training Officer (FTO), Survival Skills Instructor, Recruitment Team

Washington County: 4 years

Deputy

Gravley

I enjoy spending quality time with my family, tending to my honey bee hives and making homemade beer.

Assignments: Jail, Patrol, Field Training Officer (FTO), Security Threat Group (STG), Pod Three (Maximum Security), Court Security and Transport Unit (CSTU), Gang Liaison Team, Drug Court, Homeless Outreach, Veterans’ Court.

Washington County: 19 years

We seek individuals who are able to work independently and thrive within a team environment. Our recruitment process is thorough, but we are committed to assist you along the way.

Contact your recruitment team at 503.846.6369

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Media Release: Man Dies Two Days After Single Vehicle Crash Into a Tree https://t.co/n23WPtqxYx

Deputies have responded to crash after crash after crash this week, including this one today on Hwy 219 at SW Burkhalter Rd. Miraculously no one has been killed yet. #slowdown #looktwice

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37-year-old Gilberto Miranda Jr. arrested for two felony warrants after refusing to come out of a home in the 400 block of S 18th Av.

Update on the Crash @ HWY 219 & SW Buckhalter. Both patients have been removed from their vehicles and transported by ambulance to area hospitals. Extent of the injuries is unknown. Reports are HWY 219 is open & Burkhalter is closed for the time being.

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