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5179 CRATER LAKE HWY
CENTRAL POINT, OR 97502
(541) 774-6800
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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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News & Events

Response for Missing Child Cases Goes Regional

The Southern Oregon Child Abduction Response Team now has Regional Partners and National Recognition

The Southern Oregon Child Abduction Response Team is one of 20 teams nationally recognized. 

Gold Hill Market and Deli Robbed

Sheriff's Deputies are looking for information

On Saturday, April 19, 2014 the Gold Hill Market and Deli was robbed by an unknown man who demanded cash and showed a gun.

Armed Man Behind Bars After Fleeing From Law Enforcement

OSP Detectives Investigating Incident Involving Jackson County SO Deputy's Car Sideswiping Armed, Fleeing Man in White City

OSP is investigating an incident where a wanted man attempted to flee the Jackson County Sheriff's Office.  The man, Frank Hernandez pointed a gun at a deputy and tried to run.  He was sideswiped with a patrol vehicle and continued to run.  A deputy with a K-9 pursued Hernandez on foot.  The K-9 eventually overtook Hernandez.  He did receive a hand injury from the dog and was taken to the hospital before being lodged.  

Jackson County Sheriff's Office Finds Two Missing Girls

Volunteers and Helicopters Assist to Find Two Teenaged Girls

Search and Rescue volunteers and Jackson County air assets located the two missing girls first thing Friday morning after they spent the night out in the Southern Oregon woods.

Are You Protected Against Identity Theft, Fraud, or Scams??

April's Community Forum Could Protect You or a Loved One

Every month the Jackson County Sheriff's Office hosts a community forum.  This month experts will educate community members on frauds, scams, and identity theft.

Jackson County Sheriff's Office and Emergency Services Mourn Loss of Karen Greenstein

911 Dispatcher Killed After Her Vehicle was Hit by a Drunk Driver

Karen Greenstein was killed after a drunk driver ran into her vehicle while traveling down the road in the wrong direction.

Jackson County Search and Rescue Assist in Washington Mudslide

SAR K9 Teams help make an impact

Jackson County Search and Rescue sends two specialized K9 teams to Washington to help out with recovery efforts. 
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Search and Rescue

An Inside Look at Jackson County Search and Rescue and CORSAR

CORSAR

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.