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Sheriff Patrol

-- 24 hours, 7 days a week

Primary law enforcement responders to calls for service in unincorporated Jackson County, Oregon.
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School Safety

-- Keeping kids safe

New technology installed inside classrooms gives emergency responders real-time information in the event of an emergency.
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Search & Rescue Teams

-- Specialized units and volunteers

Respond to emergency law enforcement activities, search and rescue missions, evidence searches, and requests for mutual aid.
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Crime Prevention

-- Safety Tips

Stay safe and be prepared. Learn valuable tips to keep you and your family safe.
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Latest News & Information

Pedestrian Enforcement Planned

On Wednesday, September 10, 2014 the Jackson County Sheriff's Office will conduct a Pedestrian Enforcement Action in White City.


Jackson County Amateur Radio Emergency Service will sponsor two amateur radio license classes beginning with a Technician license class. 

Man Linked to ID Theft Cases is Arrested


Today Marks the 6th Anniversary for Two Unsolved Murders

SAR Volunteers Handle Multiple Missions over the Weekend

SAR Volunteers respond to numerous calls over the weekend and rescue several people.

Limited Public Access Along Lost Creek Lake

Firefighting efforts are requiring limited access to some areas of Lost Creek Lake.

Road Rage Incident Gets Out of Hand

Man is arrested after road rage incident.

Seatbelt Blitz Going on Now

The national "Click or Ticket" Campaign is going on now.

Vehicle Cited Twice for High Speeds in a Work Zone

Driver cited for numerous issues after driving 101 MPH in a work zone.

Evacuation Changes for Rogue River Drive Fire

Change in weather patterns and hard work by the firefighters have made it possible to change the evacuation levels.

Search and Rescue

An Inside Look at Jackson County Search and Rescue and CORSAR



Search and Rescue teams from across Southern Oregon and Northern California recognized the need to formalize inter-relationships and move together jointly to enhance mutual operations during searches and soon after California Oregon Regional Search and Rescue was born.  This group includes: Jackson County, Douglas County, Josephine County, Klamath County, Curry County, Coos County, Oregon State Police, Siskiyou County, Del Norte County, Bureau of Land Management, US Forest Service, Brim Aviation, Crater Lake National Park Service, American Red Cross, and Civil Air Patrol.  The mission is to foster regional communications to provide and coordinate personnel, equipment, education, and training for the effective delivery of Search and Rescue services in the Southern Region.
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Search & Rescue

Search & Rescue

Currently Jackson County Sheriff’s Search and Rescue team stands at 135 volunteers.  We provide both urban and wilderness rescue response and disaster relief activities.  The primary units are designed to be responsible for “first response” to their geographic area, but are not limited to that area.  They train in all aspects of search and rescue, including search techniques, land navigation, tracking, rescue and recovery, and first aid.  Many members of the team are emergency medical technicians, and all team members are trained to a minimum level of first responder.
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School Safety

The Jackson County Sheriff's Office provides new technology to keep kids safe at school.