On February 13th, the Washington County Sheriff’s Office honored Deputy Jack Nyman as our Employee of the Quarter for the final quarter of 2014 (October-December). During that time, Deputy Nyman did an exceptional job in his duties while assigned to our Support Services Division. Read more
On January 5th, 2015, Chief Deputy Jake Schultz of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office was recognized by Telmate, a San Francisco-based inmate communications provider, as their National Hero of the Month for the month of January. Read more
On 12/11/14, the Washington County Sheriff’s Office held their annual awards banquet at the Washington County Fairgrounds. The Sheriff’s Office had many outstanding performers during the year, and a select few were honored during this banquet. Among those included: Read more
Washington County has always been a great location to enjoy the use of Off Highway Vehicles (OHVs). The Washington County Sheriff’s Office is dedicated to educating the public in the safe and legal operation of OHVs. Our mission is to reduce injuries and fatalities through education.
As 2014 comes to an end, The Sheriff’s Office would like to remind the public to recreate responsibly and follow the established laws related to OHV operation. A commonly overlooked law is the requirement to possess a valid driver’s license and/or OHV safety certificate in order to operate an OHV on public lands. Operators must be over the age of eight and have a current safety certificate or valid driver’s license.
After receiving three ALS Ice Bucket Challenges, Sheriff Cory Pulsipher graciously accepted the freezing, wet trial. Those accepting the challenge include (left to right) Sheriff Pulsipher, Lieutenant John Zwahlen, Lieutenant Perry Lambert, and Sargeant Jenni Shoemaker. Those dumping the ice water are (left to right) Michelle Dillenbeck, Rachel Auernig, Sherri Maxwell, and Tina Allen. Video after the jump.