Whatcom County Sheriff's Office- Bellingham, WA

Whatcom County Sheriff's Office- Bellingham, WA

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On behalf of the dedicated men and women of the Whatcom County Sheriff's Office, welcome! Our website will help introduce you to who we are and what we do. Founded in 1854, your Sheriff's Office is one of Washington's oldest and most respected law enforcement organizations. Responsible for law ...

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Whatcom County Sheriff's Office
311 Grand Ave
Bellingham, WA 98225
Phone: (360) 676-6650


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Whatcom County Traffic Safety Task Force.Now taking applications for Citizens On Patrol.Sheriff's Office is now recruiting applicants for the.Reserve Deputy Sheriff's Program.Have a traffic concern, email the Traffic Unit at.sherifftraffic@co.whatcom.wa.us.Sex Offender Registration.Jail Roster.Jail Press Release / Bookings.Tip Line Information.The Whatcom County Sheriff's Office now has new tip lines for reporting criminal activity in Whatcom County. The phone number for drug activity is (360) 676-6952. The phone numbers for other criminal activity are (360) 715-7459 or toll free 1-866-456-2157. As this is a voicemail system, you are able to remain anonymous if you wish, or you can leave your personal information and a Detective will return your call if needed. Missing Persons.Missing: Leah Roberts.Missing: Christina Roof.Missing: Marcia Lynn Joyce.Missing: Diane Leslie Reeves.Unsolved Homicide: Mandy Stavik.Contracted Vendor Services.Aramark Commissary Services.Touch Pay Inmate Account Funding.FSH Telephone.Copyright © 2007.Whatcom County.Privacy Policy.Webmaster:.webmaster@co.whatcom.wa.us.

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Detectives.Volunteer Coordinator.Records Section.(360) 676-6652.Monday - Friday.9:00am to 4:30pm.(closed 12pm - 1pm).Request Copy of Incident Report.WCSO Criminal Record Check.Sex Offender Registration.CPL Renewal & Replacement.Property & Evidence (By Appt.).Cedar Permits.****Fingerprints & Original CPL****.Tuesday 9:00am to 12:00pm only.Thursday 1:00pm to 4:00pm only.Message and Welcome from Sheriff Bill Elfo.On behalf of the dedicated men and women of the Whatcom County Sheriff's Office, welcome! Our website will help introduce you to who we are and what we do. Founded in 1854, your Sheriff's Office is one of Washington's oldest and most respected law enforcement organizations. Responsible for law enforcement, corrections and emergency management, we serve a growing community of over 193,000 residents and are responsible for a land area encompassing 2150 square miles on the international border. Back to Whatcom County Home Page. Whatcom County Sheriff's Office- Bellingham, WA.Whatcom County.Departments.Contacts.Search.Sheriff's Office.Operations.Support.Contact Us.About Us.Employment Opportunities.Volunteer Opportunities.Citizen´s Academy.Sex Offender Registration.Sheriff Bill Elfo - Biography.Vacation/House Checks.Contact Us.Code of Ethics.Disclaimer.Law Enforcement Links.Administration Office.311 Grand Ave.Bellingham WA 98225.(360) 676-6650.Monday - Friday.8:30am to 4:30pm.Administrative Staff.Station Deputy.Civil Department.

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The Office of Sheriff and the Whatcom County Sheriff’s Office have existed in Whatcom County since 1854. Whatcom County’s first Sheriff was Ellis “Yankee” Barnes. Sheriff Bill Elfo is the 36th person to hold the Office of Sheriff in Whatcom County.Link to List of Whatcom County Sheriffs.Whatcom County is a “Home Rule” Washington County. The Office of Sheriff was reaffirmed in Article 3 of the County Charter to include those duties prescribed by the Revised Code of Washington. In 1989, the Whatcom County Code was amended to establish a “Division of Emergency Management” within the Whatcom County Sheriff’s Office and to designate the “Sheriff as Director of Emergency Management (Chapter 2.40 of the Whatcom County Code). . The sheriff is the chief executive officer and conservator of the peace of the county. In the execution of his office, he and his deputies:.(1) Shall arrest and commit to prison all persons who break the peace, or attempt to break it, and all persons guilty of public offenses;.(2) Shall defend the county against those who, by riot or otherwise, endanger the public peace or safety;.(3) Shall execute the process and orders of the courts of justice or judicial officers, when delivered for that purpose, according to law;. (4) Shall execute all warrants delivered for that purpose by other public officers, according to the provisions of particular statutes;.(5) Shall attend the sessions of the courts of record held within the county, and obey their lawful orders or directions;.(6) Shall keep and preserve the peace in their respective counties, and quiet and suppress all affrays, riots, unlawful assemblies and insurrections, for which purpose, and for the service of process in civil or criminal cases, and in apprehending or securing any person for felony or breach of the peace, they may call to their aid such persons, or power of their county as they may deem necessary.

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Today the Whatcom County Sheriff’s Office is a leader in providing professional and quality law enforcement, corrections and emergency management services.Whatcom County Sheriff's Office.Our Bureau's and Services.Bureau of Enforcement and Investigations.Bureau of Custody and Corrections Programs.Alternative Corrections.Bureau of Support Services.Crime Prevention.Division of Emergency Management.New Information.Boating Safety Course offered by the Whatcom County Sheriff's Office Marine Services Unit (meets requirement to obtain Washington State Boaters Education Card) Next Class: To be announced. Please click on link for further information about the education card. Whatcom County is unique among Washington counties as its Sheriff is a “non-partisan” elected office (one of three such positions in the State). Sheriff Bill Elfo believes that it is extremely important for Sheriffs to maintain credibility and confidence in all people regardless of political party affiliation and that party politics have no place in law enforcement. .Today the primary functions of the Whatcom County Sheriff’s Office include:.Provide law enforcement services to all citizens of Whatcom County. Support and work cooperatively with municipal, state, tribal and federal law enforcement agencies in protecting the public.Enforce court orders and writs.Provide law enforcement services within the County Courthouse.Operate the Whatcom County Jail system.Operate the Whatcom County Jail Alternative programs including Work Crews and Work Release.Coordinate Search and Rescue missions.Prepare plans and coordinate responses to natural and manmade disasters.Advocate for improvements and efficiencies in the criminal justice, mental health and public safety systems.

As the chief and only elected law enforcement officer, the Office of Sheriff is unique in that the Sheriff is accountable “directly to the people.” This allows the Sheriff the freedom to speak out on matters affecting criminal justice and public safety.The Office of Sheriff has existed in Washington since the formation of the Washington Territory in 1853. The Office of Sheriff is established by Article XI, Section 5 of the Washington State Constitution. The major duties of the Office of Sheriff are prescribed in Section 36.28.010 of the Revised Code of Washington and include the following:. With a vision of making Whatcom County the safest in the state through excellence in public safety, your Sheriff’s Office serves all the people who visit and reside in our community. The Office of Sheriff in Whatcom County is a non-partisan position that is elected by the people.The Whatcom County Sheriff’s Office is challenged with an increasing demand for services at a time when economic circumstances have resulted resource reductions. Your Sheriff's Office has established a long history of working in partnership with the community and other agencies to build strengths and confront challenges. We will continue those partnerships as we move forward to focus on our core mission of protecting our community by providing effective, efficient and professional services with unquestionable integrity. Sincerely,.Bill Elfo, Sheriff.belfo@co.whatcom.wa.us.Office of Sheriff.The Office of Sheriff traces its origins to tenth century England and is firmly rooted in the common law. It is the oldest law enforcement office known within the common law system and is accorded dignity and high trust. The American Colonies adopted the Office of Sheriff and the position evolved into that of, ”Chief Law Enforcement Officer,” in nearly all states. Today, the Office of Sheriff protects the citizenry in 3084 American counties.

Whatcom County Traffic Safety Task Force. Division of Emergency Management. Boating Safety Course offered by the Whatcom County Sheriff's Office Marine Services Unit (meets requirement to obtain Washington State Boaters Education Card) Next Class: To be announced. Please click on link for further information about the education card.

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Missing: Marcia Lynn Joyce. Missing: Leah Roberts. Missing: Christina Roof.

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