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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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Deputies are on scene of a fatal crash between a vehicle and pedestrian. TV Hwy between SW 185th Ave. and SW 192nd Ave. will be closed for several hours. #Alert #pdxtraffic

Please help us located 79-year-old Robert Paul Kelly. Mr. Kelly is a white male adult, 5' 7", 190 lbs, grey hair, green eyes, and wears glasses. Last seen wearing a black shirt with a grey jacket and jeans.

Call non-emergency dispatch at (503) 629-0111 if you have information.

Injury crash investigation underway. NW Cornelius-Shefflin Rd. is close between NW Roy Rd. and the Eastern roundabout, which leads into the City of Cornelius. Our Crash Analysis Reconstruction Team is investigating.

Please help us find Ms. Debra Huskey, who left her care home in Aloha earlier this today. @trimet video surveillance showed her getting off the MAX in Portland.

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