Donate to OSSA

Oregon's sheriffs are committed to the work of OSSA and strive to enhance criminal justice professionalism, improve law enforcement techniques and technology, and endeavor to collaboratively enhance community safety with their local, state, and federal law enforcement partners. The Oregon State Sheriffs' Association is a tax-exempt, non-profit organization.

The Oregon sheriffs and the Oregon State Sheriffs’ Association have six major goals which they are constantly striving to attain:

  1. Keeping up with police science and technology to provide appropriate educational programs for law enforcement personnel and the general public.
  2. Maintaining the role of sheriff as the chief law enforcement officer in the county.
  3. Developing and maintaining a public image that will permit the citizens to have confidence in the sheriff’s ability to meet modern police problems.
  4. Working together to solve the problems of all Oregon sheriffs and meet the challenges collectively.
  5. Provide scholarships to worthy second-year college law enforcement/corrections students.
  6. Provide a historical museum of Oregon sheriffs memorabilia.

BECOME A MEMBER

$30/Year

Membership Card

Two Window Decals

One-year subscription to quarterly magazine

$45/Year

Bundle (up to 2 members)

Membership cards for both members

Four Window Decals

One-year subscription to quarterly magazine

$50/Year

Membership Card

Two Window Decals

Business membership plaque

One-year subscription to quarterly magazine

$100/Year

Membership Card

Two Window Decals

One-year subscription to quarterly magazine

Listing in County's "News Around the State" section of magazine

OBTAIN YOUR CHL HANDGUN SAFETY TRAINING CERTIFICATE THROUGH OSSA’S ONLINE COURSE

The online Oregon Concealed Handgun License (CHL) handgun safety training program, offered by the Oregon State Sheriffs' Association, promotes gun safety while supporting sheriff’s offices. OSSA and Oregon sheriffs believe in, and take an oath to uphold, the Constitutions of the State of Oregon and the United States of America.

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