OSSA Programs

The Oregon State Sheriffs’ Association participates and hosts a variety of programs to provide both law enforcement and public education:

Education

  • Annual Conference and Awards Banquet
  • Civil Process Manual Publication (with order information)
  • Civil Training
  • College Scholarships Awarded
  • Command College
  • Court Security Training
  • Deputy Sheriff Academy
  • Enforcement (Patrol and Investigations) Training
  • Jail Inspector Certification
  • Jail Inspection Program
  • Jail Management Training
  • Livestock Investigation School
  • Museum Displays
  • New Sheriff Institute
  • Quarterly Oregon Sheriff Magazine
  • Search and Rescue Training

Assistance

  • Asset Forfeiture Oversight Committee
  • Community Corrections Interstate Compact Council
  • Dept. of Public Safety Standards and Training
  • Board of Public Safety and Training
  • Corrections Curriculum Advisory Committee
  • Corrections Policy Committee
  • Police Policy Committee
  • Telecommunications Advisory Committee
  • DMV/LE Coordination Committee
  • DOC Population Advisory Committee
  • FBI CJ Information Services Advisory Policy Committee
  • Law Enforcement Data Systems
  • Governor’s Alcohol and Drug Policy Commission
  • Governor’s Advisory. Board on Community Corrections
  • Governor’s Advisory. Board on DUII
  • Governor’s Reentry Council
  • Juvenile Crime Prevention Advisory Committee
  • LE Contacts Policy and Data Review Committee
  • LE Medal of Honor Committee
  • 911 Advisory Board (APCO)
  • Oregon Accreditation Alliance
  • Oregon Community Corrections Commission
  • Oregon Criminal Justice Council
  • Oregon Emergency Management
  • Oregon Marine Board
  • Oregon Association of Mounted Posse
  • Oregon State Hospital Task Force
  • Police Memorial Trust Fund
  • Seismic Rehabilitation Committee
  • State Interoperability Executive Committee
  • Violence Against Women Advisory Board

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Your membership or sponsorship with the Oregon State Sheriffs' Association provides the means for OSSA to continue supporting Oregon's 36 elected sheriffs and their offices through leadership development, training opportunities, and much more.
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