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From the City of Wilsonville "Police" page:


The City of Wilsonville contracts with the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office to provide law enforcement services to the city. The contract offers the city an economical way to provide police services and allows the city to take advantage of some of the special services that a larger law enforcement agency, like Clackamas County, has available.

The following Clackamas County special services are available to the city on an as-needed, as-available basis:

  • Detectives Division
  • Hazardous Materials Team
  • Special Investigations Unit
  • Traffic Team

The Wilsonville/Clackamas County contract provides the city with a dedicated Chief of Police, a School Resource Officer, and a Detective in addition to 15 deputies.

The Wilsonville / Clackamas County contract also provides the City with a Chief of Police. Our current chief is Lt. Jeff Smith. You can learn more about Lt. Smith here.

Lt. Smith and the Wilsonville Police are committed to protecting, serving, and working with the Wilsonville community.

In addition to the Chief of Police position, the Wilsonville / Clackamas County contract includes a School Resource Officer (SRO) position. The SRO works directly with youth in the school setting to teach drug awareness and provide a positive role model and police presence for students.

The Wilsonville Police also participate in a Juvenile Diversion Program designed to help at-risk youth. This program provides additional community resources to divert at-risk behavior before it escalates.

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