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Washington County

Sheriff Pat Garrett became the 32nd Sheriff of Washington County on November 30th, 2011. His career with Washington County began 24 years earlier when he was hired as a patrol recruit deputy in 1988. He has advanced through every rank in the Patrol Division, served on the Tactical Negotiations Team (SWAT), and also served as …

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Wasco County

Sheriff Magill was appointed and took office on May 1, 2016, when Sheriff Rick Eiesland retired. Lane Magill grew up on a wheat and cattle ranch in Wamic, Oregon. He attended the Wamic grade school and then moved to Dufur and attended the Dufur High School. Shortly after graduating from high school, Lane married Sheri, …

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Wallowa County

Joel Fish has almost 28 years of full-time law enforcement experience. Joel began his career as a police officer with the City of Hickory, North Carolina in March 1987. Joel enlisted in the U.S. Air Force in 1989 and entered as a security police officer in February 1990. Joel was stationed in Keflavik, Iceland and …

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Union County

Cody Bowen was born and raised in Union County, where he has lived most of his life. Cody attended La Grande and Cove school districts, and he has been a resident of the cities of La Grande, Cove, and Union. Some of his hobbies and passions include spending time outdoors camping, hunting, and fishing. In …

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Umatilla County

Terry Rowan has 23 years of law enforcement experience all in Umatilla County, with service as a dispatcher/control room operator, corrections officer, transport officer, civil deputy, criminal patrol deputy, and criminal investigator. He worked with the Hermiston Police Department as a Police Officer, Detective and Agency Leader. Terry has served on the Major Crimes team …

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Tillamook County

On January 4th, 2021, Joshua Brown was sworn in as the Tillamook County Sheriff after winning in the general election in November 2020. After serving as a volunteer, Sheriff Brown started his professional law enforcement career in 2005, when he was hired as a Corrections deputy for the Tillamook County Jail. Sheriff Brown was hired …

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Sherman County

Sherman County Sheriff Brad Lohrey grew up and attended school in Sherman County while his father, Gerald Lohrey, was the Sherman County Sheriff. After graduating from high school, Brad moved to Bend, Oregon and attended college. While in college and working for UPS, he became a reserve police officer for the City of Sisters and …

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Polk County

In November 2015, Sheriff Garton was humbly appointed to the office of Sheriff and just one year later, he was elected to his first term in office as the 37th Polk County Sheriff and also the youngest Sheriff in Oregon. Mark met his wife Stefanie, while in High School. They later married and have been …

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Multnomah County

Sheriff Reese started his career in 1989 as a Deputy Sheriff with the Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office. He transferred to the Portland Police Bureau in 1994, working his way up the ranks, serving as an officer, sergeant, lieutenant, captain, commander and ultimately Chief of Police, retiring in 2015. He came out of retirement to serve …

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Morrow County

Sheriff Matlack grew up in the Irrigon and Umatilla area and graduated from Umatilla High School in 1967. He graduated from Eastern Oregon State College in 1971 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Education. He was a public school teacher and coach at Powder Valley High School in North Powder Oregon until recruited by …

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