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The first step in becoming a sheriff’s deputy in Washington County — even before applying — is to take the National Testing Network exam. Want to become a jail deputy? Register for the Corrections REACT exam. Want to become a patrol deputy? Register for the Law Enforcement Frontline National exam.

The Washington County Sheriff’s Office administers the exam twice every hiring cycle, for a total of eight times throughout the year. Applicants can also take the exam in locations throughout Oregon and 30 other U.S. states.

This session for the Law Enforcement Frontline National exam takes place on Saturday, August 8, 2020 from 8:00am-12:00pm at the new Public Safety Training Center in Hillsboro. Space is limited and registration is required.

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Media Release: One Person Killed in Single Vehicle ATV CrashOn Sunday, September 18, 2022, at 2:36 a.m., Washington County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to recreational ATV crash near Chehalem Ridge Nature Park. When deputies arrived, they found 46-year-old Matthew Brown of Cornelius deceased. The Washington County Crash Analysis Reconstruction Team (CART) responded to the scene to conduct the investigation. The investigation revealed that Brown was the only person on the ATV when it crashed. His family has been notified of his death.The Crash Analysis Reconstruction Team (CART) is a multi-agency team of specially trained law enforcement officers from the Sheriff's Office, local police departments, and the Washington County District Attorney's Office. The team investigates and reconstructs traffic crashes that may result in the prosecution of felony assault or manslaughter charges. The team can also assist with diagramming crime scenes.Read the full media release here: bit.ly/3DvAuNz ... See MoreSee Less
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TRAFFIC SAFETY UNIT NEWS: Over Labor Day weekend your WCSO Traffic Safety Unit focused on DUII enforcement with our state and local partners. During this focused mission, the team stopped over 356 drivers, arresting 28 for driving under the influence of intoxicants. The team also issued 123 traffic-related citations. Thank you to Oregon State Police, Beaverton Police Department, Sherwood Police Department, Tualatin Police Department, Forest Grove Police, and W.C.C.C.A. 9-1-1 for their partnership and commitment to keeping drivers safe.We can all do our part to keep drivers safe. If you choose to use alcohol or drugs, please be safe and avoid getting behind the wheel. Make plans beforehand to get a ride from a sober friend, use public transportation, call a taxi, or use a ridesharing service. #DriveSober #DriveSoberOrGetPulledOver ... See MoreSee Less
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Deputies are actively searching for a robbery suspect in the area of SW Tonquin Rd. and SW 124th Ave. Canines and drones are both being utilized to search for the suspect. #PDXAlerts

A landslide has closed one lane near the 26000 block of NW Timber Road, just north of the ‘s’ curves. For now traffic is able to get by but conditions may change and drivers should consider alternate routes. Deputies are on scene and @WashcoOregon LUT is en route. #pdxtraffic

Highway 219 is closed between SW Wood Lane and SW Grabel Road for an injury crash requiring extrication. More details to follow. #pdxtraffic #alert

Media Release: Drone and Canine Team Locate Theft Suspects


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