Divisions


Patrol Division


The Sheriff's Office Patrol Division consists of patrol, detectives, and the marine unit.  There are currently fifteen patrol Deputies, three patrol Sergeants, one patrol Captain, one detective Sergeant, and two detectives.  The Marine Unit is a part-time unit made up of personnel from throughout the Patrol Division.

Corrections Division


By law, Washington State Sheriffs are responsible for operating a jail and providing jail services.  The Jefferson County Jail is overseen by Jail Superintendent David Fortino, and employees both sworn corrections Deputies and Sergeants, as well as non-sworn civilian personnel.

Civil Division

The Civil Department is the handles process service and enforcement of civil court orders, and is also responsible for security at the County Courthouse.  Chief Civil Deputy Jennifer Moore supervises three court Deputies, a number of civilian security officers, and an administrative clerk.

Administrative Services


The Administrative Division is responsible for records, evidence, permits, and other office-related functions.  This division consists of both full-time and part-time civilian employees, and is overseen the Sheriff's Confidential Secretary.

Animal Control


The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office employs a full-time Animal Control Deputy, whose mission is to care for the community’s concerns about domestic animals.  The Animal Control Deputy reports to Sergeant Shane Stevenson.
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