Patrol Division


The Sheriff’s Office Patrol Division consists of fifteen patrol Deputies, three patrol Sergeants, one patrol Captain, one detective Sergeant, and two detectives. The criminal division is responsible for providing law enforcement services to the approximately 20,000 residents in unincorporated Jefferson County. This includes the communities of:
  • Brinnon
  • Chimacum
  • Clearwater
  • Discovery Bay
  • Gardiner
  • Hoh Tribal Reservation
  • Port Hadlock
  • Port Ludlow
  • Queets
  • Quilcene
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Jefferson County is unique in that a large portion of the county is located within the Olympic National Park. The National Parks Service is responsible for law enforcement services within the park. Because the Olympic Nation Park divides the county in two it requires the sheriff’s office to station resident deputies on the coastal portion to provide services to the communities of Clearwater, Queets, and the Hoh tribal reservation.

Sexual Offenders Search

Our office is pleased to provide OffenderWatch® for the citizens of Jefferson County. OffenderWatch® is updated instantaneously throughout the day as offender addresses and other offender information is updated in our office. Click here to search for offenders in your area.