Learn more about the current 36 elected sheriffs in Oregon and the counties they serve.
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Sheriff Brian Wolfe
Sheriff Brian Wolfe was appointed to the Office of Sheriff on June 1, 2011. Previously he worked as a Nyssa Police Department School Resource Officer, Patrolman and Detective for the Ontario Police Department and most recently was the Undersheriff for the Malheur County Sheriff’s Office. Community involvement is important to Sheriff Wolfe. He serves on numerous boards and committees and tries to be active with the local Chambers of Commerce in Vale, Ontario and Nyssa as well as active involvement in the outlying areas of Malheur County. He has a great respect for Malheur County and the citizens that make it such a great place to live and serve. Sheriff Wolfe and the staff at the Malheur County Sheriff’s Office consider it a pleasure to be able to serve those who live and visit. They try to live by the Sheriff’s Office mission statement which is, “To provide public safety to our community with a professional courteous, well-trained staff who consistently does the right thing at the right time for the right reason. Sheriff Wolfe and his wife, Barbara, have been married 21 years and have four children who are active in school and sports.