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News Release from: Clackamas Co. Sheriff's Office

Posted: October 20, 2016, 2:18 p.m.

UPDATED: Clackamas County Sheriff's Office launches 14th National Family Violence Apprehension Detail


2016 DV Sweep Clackamas County mugshots (PDF format, 5 pages)


UPDATE (Oct. 24, 2016) -- NATIONAL STATS UPDATE

Additional national stats from the DV Warrant Sweep, as of Oct. 21, 2016:

Nationwide, we had 1,645 law-enforcement personnel (and 1,663 participants total) from 441 agencies from 45 states participating in the SWEEP. 6,157 domestic-violence warrants were attempted and 1,202 warrants were served.

More detailed stat breakdowns are here:

A note on the regional breakdowns in the graphs:

*indicates this is first year the state has participated

Thank you to all 1,663 participants this year for making the event an enormous success.


 EARLIER (October 20th, 2016 2:18 PM)

LOCAL PARTICIPATION STATS:

PARTICIPATING CLACKAMAS COUNTY AGENCIES:

CLACKAMAS COUNTY RESULTS:


On Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2016, the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office Domestic Violence Enhanced Response Team (DVERT) worked with agencies throughout Oregon -- as well as agencies across the country -- to arrest persons with outstanding family-violence warrants. Locally, they conducted a total of 173 arrest warrant service attempts.

By 10 p.m. Wednesday, this massive enforcement effort resulted in the arrests of 14 men and women brought to the Clackamas County Jail on existing arrest warrants. A 5-page PDF of Clackamas County mugshots and arrest charges from yesterday's DV sweep is linked above. (These figures may be updated as more agencies report in.)

Local agencies that participated in Clackamas County included police departments from Canby, Gladstone, Oregon City, Wilsonville, Happy Valley and Molalla, as well as the U.S. Marshals Service and Clackamas County Community Corrections.

Nationwide, the 14th Annual Family Violence Apprehension Detail included over 400 county sheriffs' offices, police departments, probation departments, and community agencies from 45 states. All agencies served outstanding arrest warrants -- with charges ranging from harassment to murder.

This collaborative effort, commonly known as the SWEEP, helps raise awareness of the problem of family and domestic violence in our communities. It also demonstrates to offenders that they will be held accountable for their violence.

In a pre-SWEEP briefing at the Public Safety Training Center, Clackamas County Sheriff Craig Roberts spoke to law-enforcement personnel and the media, along with Destiny, a survivor of domestic violence.

For more information on Domestic Violence Awareness Month, click here.

To see the SWEEP invite sent to law-enforcement agencies across the country earlier this year, click here.


DOMESTIC VIOLENCE STATS

According to a 2010 report from the CDC:

Other information:

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