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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, February 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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We're thankful nobody was hurt by this car fire that happened Wednesday afternoon on Hwy 26 near Helvetia/Brookwood. The fire caused the closure of the westbound lanes for a short time. ... See MoreSee Less

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Even though we are staying at an appropriate distance these days, we’re still out in our communities working to keep you safe! 🖐

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Deputy Leach is one if our School Resource Officers at Aloha High School. With schools closed, he’s out helping to patrol our neighborhoods! 😎

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