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Sheriff's Office to re-open some services, buildings after holiday weekend as part of Phase I procedures

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Clackamas County is now in Phase I of reopening. The Clackamas County Sheriff's Office will re-open some services with precautions after the July 4 holiday weekend, starting July 6 and July 8. Details are below.

BROOKS BUILDING (July 6):

The week of Monday, July 6, 2020, the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office will begin the process of reopening its Brooks Building lobby and some services to the public. Details:

  • Starting July 6, the lobby of CCSO's Brooks Building headquarters (9101 SE Sunnybrook Blvd.) will be open to the public from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Our Community Service Officers will return to work to staff the public lobby. However, we encourage people whenever possible to contact us via phone for the time being (including to file police reports) at 503-655-8211.
  • Records requestsalarm permits, and fine payments must still be handled via phone, email, or website.
  • New Brooks Building lobby signage will convey social-distancing requirements.  Additionally, tape in the lobby floor will mark 6-foot distances and entry and exit paths for the lobby, and there will be a hand-sanitizer station.
  • Per Gov. Brown's order, all Brooks Building visitors must wear masks in the building and lobby.

PUBLIC SAFETY TRAINING CENTER (July 8):

On Wednesday, July 8, our Public Safety Training Center (PSTC) will partially re-open, by appointment only. Details:

  • Gun-range use will be available by appointment only. No public walk-ins will be allowed. For shooting-range appointments call 503-794-8023.
  • Concealed Handgun License (CHL) appointments will be available starting July 8 with additional precautions by calling 503-794-8059. No walk-ins will be alllowed.
  • Fingerprinting and passport-photo appointments will be available starting July 8. To make an appointment call 503-794-8072. No walk-ins will be alllowed.
  • Per Gov. Brown's order, all PSTC visitors must wear a mask inside the facility.

For more information on Clackamas County's reopening plans, visit the county's resource page: https://www.clackamas.us/coronavirus/reopening

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Sgt. Marcus Mendoza
Clackamas County Sheriff's Office
Public Information Unit