Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office
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Jefferson County Sheriff's Office
79 Elkins Road, Port Hadlock, WA 98339
Telephone: (360) 385-
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They say a picture is worth a thousand words. It is our hope that the following photographs will help give visitors to our webpage a better understanding of our organization and the services we offer our community. We will continue to add content to the gallery as the opportunity arises. Thank you and enjoy!
Here JCSO/PTPD Cadets are shown the proper steps in conducting a high risk vehicle stop.
The Cadet program allows youth, age 14-
JCSO patrol car with the Brinnon elk herd as a back drop. Jefferson County’s rural communities provide some of the best hunting and fishing opportunities in Washington State.
A Civil Division Deputy performing court room security during a session of Superior Court.
Working in rural areas, deputies are trained to prepare for the unexpected. A deputy snapped this photo during a traffic stop after a curious K9 decided to use the hood of his patrol car as a vantage point.
A JCSO Deputy runs through the patrol rifle qualifications under the watchful eye of a firearms instructor. The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office currently has four deputies who are state certified firearms instructors.
A JCSO Deputy demonstrates proficiency with his handgun during a firearms training sessions. Deputies attend several trainings throughout the year in order to remain proficient with the tools necessary to carry out the mission of the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office.
Deputies investigating a maple theft site in Quilcene. The Olympic Peninsula’s vast forest land is home to a variety of old growth trees. These trees can be quite valuable and are often the target of thieves.
The JCSO vessel “Valor” departs port for a patrol of the Hood Canal. The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office is responsible for patrolling approximately 379 square miles of waterway.
Live fire at a JCSO
low light patrol rifle qualification course