Roadkill Salvage Law Effective January 1, 2019

Beginning on January 1, 2019, salvaging deer and elk struck by vehicles is legal in Oregon as required by Senate Bill 372 during the 2017 Oregon State Legislature. For more information on exactly what this means, what you can/can’t do …
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Holiday Safety Tips

The Holiday season is in full swing and during this very busy time of year the Linn County Sheriff’s Office would like to remind you of some Holiday Safety Tips   If You Are Travelling Get an automatic timer for …
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Congratulations to our two most recent graduates!

We are happy to announce that last Friday Dispatcher Tabitha Voisine (Basic Telecommunications) and Deputy Mitchell Grove (Basic Corrections)both graduated from the DPSST academy for their respective disciplines! We wish them both luck going forward and are very fortunate to …
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Semi Annual Drug Take Back Event

Twice a year the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) puts on a drug take back event. The next event is being held on October 27, 2018. The Sheriff’s Office will be doing a mobile take back during this time. We will …
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Coffee with a Cop 2018

Join your neighbors and your Sheriff’s Office for coffee and conversation. We will be at the following locations on October 3 from 8 AM-10 AM. -Randy’s Main St Coffee-Brownsville -99 Grill Restaurant-Harrisburg -Your Country Kitchen-Lyons -Rosie’s Main St Coffee House-Mill …
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Congratulations Deputy Troy Page!

Today, at the graduation ceremony for Department of Public Safety Standards and Training Basic Corrections Class #33, new Linn County Sheriff’s Office Corrections Deputy Troy Page won several awards.  Not only did Deputy Page serve during his time at the …
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Congratulations to Our New Graduates

The Linn County Sheriff’s Office is proud to announce the graduation of three employees from the Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) Academy.  Last Friday, Deputy Chris Reese, Deputy Garrett Burner, and Deputy Jacob Woods graduated from the …
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