Sheriff Angela Brandenburg
Sheriff Brandenburg has served with the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office for 28 years. She is also a veteran who served nine years in the Oregon Army National Guard. During her career at the Sheriff’s Office, Sheriff Brandenburg has served in a variety of capacities. She has worked as a Reserve Deputy, Patrol Deputy, Civil Deputy, Patrol Sergeant, Civil Sergeant and Civil Commander Lieutenant. She also spent five years as the Public Information Officer, and was a member of the Search & Rescue and SWAT Teams.
Before taking over as Undersheriff in February 2019, Brandenburg served for five years as the Director of A Safe Place Family Justice Center, and led CCSO's Domestic Violence Enhanced Response Team (DVERT).
She won the Office during the May 2019 Clackamas County primary, and lives in Molalla with her husband and two children.
Undersheriff Michael Copenhaver
Undersheriff Michael Copenhaver is a 17-year veteran of the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from Oregon State University as well as Basic, Intermediate, Advanced and Supervisory Certificates from DPSST.
Undersheriff Copenhaver has served as a Patrol deputy, Field Training Officer, narcotics investigator, child-abuse detective, Homicide and Violent Crimes Unit detective, Patrol sergeant and detective sergeant in charge of investigating homicides, violent crimes and domestic-violence cases.
Prior to this appointment, Undersheriff Copenhaver served as Director of A Safe Place Family Justice Center, where he was commander of the Sheriff’s Office Domestic Violence Enhanced Response Team (DVERT) and the newly formed Adult Sex Crimes Unit.
Chief Deputy Jenna Morrison
Chief Deputy Jenna Morrison graduated from The Ohio State University in 1995 with her Bachelors of Science in Social Work. She began her career at the Benton County Sheriff's Office where she spent 12 years as a Parole & Probation Officer, Corporal and Sergeant. While there, she was part of Search and Rescue, a member of the Public Information Officer team and certified as a Defensive Tactics Instructor. In 2009, Jenna was hired as a Community Corrections Manager for Clackamas County Community Corrections. In November 2015 she was promoted to Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office Captain and served as the Community Corrections Director. In 2019 she was promoted to Chief Deputy.
She holds Basic, Intermediate, Advanced, Supervisory, Management and Executive Certifications in Parole and Probation from DPSST; and is currently working on certification in Corrections. Jenna has served as the Secretary of the Oregon Association of Community Correction Directors and served two terms as a board member of the Oregon Psychiatric Security Board. She is a graduate of Clackamas County’s Leadership program. Jenna received the award from Oregon State Sheriff’s Association as Parole and Probation Commander of the Year in 2016. Clackamas County’s Women in Business and Leadership featured her in 2018.
Chief Deputy Jesse Ashby
Chief Deputy Jesse Ashby's 19-year career in law enforcement includes extensive work as a Patrol deputy and detective, as well as extensive experience in public-safety contract negotiations.
Ashby earned his Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice with a Minor in Government from Eastern Washington University. Since joining the Sheriff's Office, he has worked as a Field Training Officer (FTO), Drug Recognition Expert, Special Investigations Unit detective, homicide detective, Patrol sergeant, Patrol sergeant FTO, Homicide and Violent Crimes Unit sergeant, and Professional Standards Unit lieutenant. He serves as Clackamas County Peace Officers Association (CCPOA) Shop Steward for 10 years and as treasurer for the POLICE PAC for three years.
His management training includes public-safety contract negotiations and bargaining, the Metro Sergeants Academy, and the FBI's Law Enforcement Executive Development program.
He lives in the Redland area with his wife and two daughters.
City of Happy Valley Chief Scott Anderson
Captain Scott Anderson earned his BS in Sociology from OSU in 1990. After working as a youth counselor, he joined West Linn PD as a Reserve Officer in 1995, and was hired there as a full-time officer in 1996. At WLPD he worked on patrol and as a detective, field training officer and firearms instructor.
In 2003, Anderson joined the Sheriff's Office as a Patrol deputy. He also worked as a Field Training Officer, firearms instructor, and member of the Clackamas County Inter-agency Task Force (CCITF).
In 2007, he was promoted to Sergeant – serving at that rank in Patrol and investigations, where he supervised the Criminal Reconstruction and Forensic Team (CRAFT), Property Crimes Unit, CCITF, Homicide and Violent Crimes Unit, and Inter-agency Child Exploitation Prevention Team (INTERCEPT).
In 2013, Anderson was promoted to Lieutenant, serving on the CCITF and in our Investigations Division. In 2016, he became Chief of Police of Happy Valley as part of our contract partnership with the city.
In 2020, he was promoted to Captain. He continues to serve as contract Chief of Happy Valley PD.
Capt. Anderson also teaches leadership and ethics at courses at DPSST. He is married with three children.
City of Wilsonville Chief Robert Wurpes
After serving in the Army and Army National Guard, Captain Robert Wurpes started his law-enforcement career as a Reserve Deputy in Multnomah County in 1998. In 1999 he was hired by the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office.
As a deputy, he served in several roles, including Patrol deputy, Field Training Officer, Search & Rescue SCUBA diver, and Marine Patrol deputy. In 2008, he was named "Marine Officer of the Year" by the Oregon State Marine Board. In 2009, he was promoted to sergeant, serving as a Patrol sergeant, Water Rescue Team supervisor, public information officer, law-enforcement liaison on the State Fire Marshal’s Incident Command Team, and as a member of a FEMA Type 1 water rescue team.
In 2013, he was promoted to lieutenant, serving as a watch commander, Chief of Police for the City of Damascus, and task-force lieutenant for TriMet Transit Police. Currently he serves as a Captain in the role of Chief of Police for the City of Wilsonville.
Wurpes holds a current certification as an EMT and is a graduate of the Clackamas County Leadership Academy.
He is the son of immigrants and is married with two children. He also enjoys skiing, motorcycling, and travel, having visited 27 countries.
Civil Captain James Rhodes
Captain James Rhodes began his career in law enforcement as a Reserve Officer with the Oregon City Police Department, where he was later hired as a Police Officer. In 1997, he was hired as a Deputy Sheriff with the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office. He was promoted to Detective in 2007, to Sergeant in 2009, and to Lieutenant in March 2012. From August 2013 to February 2014, he served as Chief of Police for the City of Wilsonville, which contracts with the Sheriff's Office for dedicated police service. Rhodes has since served as Chief Deputy and as Captain of the Patrol and Civil Divisions.
Capt. Rhodes has worked on many assignments for the Sheriff's Office -- including Patrol, Search and Rescue, the Special Investigations Unit, the Child Abuse Team, the Robbery Unit, Field Training, the Public Information Office, and contract service work with the U.S. Forest Service and the Bureau of Land Management, among many other duties. He is an Eagle Scout.
Community Corrections Captain Malcolm McDonald
Captain Malcolm McDonald began his career with Clackamas County Community Corrections Residential Services in 1997 as a Community Corrections Officer. He was promoted to Parole and Probation Officer in 2000, to Community Corrections Supervisor in 2004, to Community Corrections Manager in 2016 and Community Corrections Deputy Director in 2017. He was named Captain of Community Corrections in January of 2019.
During his career, Captain McDonald has represented Community Corrections in numerous local community groups, statewide networks and been the face of the agency for several media outlets. As a Community Corrections Supervisor, he helped lead a local and statewide effort to increase the collections of restitution owed to crime victims. Captain McDonald represents the Oregon Association of Community Corrections Directors (OACCD) as a liaison to the Sex Offender Supervision Network (SOSN), working on legislative concepts and providing testimony on laws and legislation. He holds his Basic, Intermediate, Advanced, Supervisory and Middle Management Certification in Parole and Probation from DPSST. Captain McDonald is a graduate of the Clackamas County Leadership Academy.
He graduated with a Bachelors of Criminal Justices from Seattle University in 1997.
Investigations Captain Marcus Wold
Captain Marcus Wold graduated from Western Oregon State College in 1995 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice. He began his law-enforcement career as an intern for the United States Marshals Service, then as a Reserve Deputy for the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office beginning in 1996. He served with the Seaside Police Department as a patrol officer, High Risk Response Team member and detective before returning to the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office as a Patrol deputy in 2003.
During his tenure with CCSO, Wold has served as a lead SWAT firearms instructor for over 15 years. He has also served as a Patrol Deputy, Field Training Officer, Special Investigations Unit investigator, Patrol Sergeant, and Field Training Sergeant; he was Sergeant in charge of the Clackamas County Inter-agency Task Force (CCITF) for more than eight years, and also served as CCITF task-force commander. He has expertise in surveillance and high-risk arrest techniques.
While supervising CCITF, Wold worked closely with state, local and federal law-enforcement agencies, leading the task force in numerous high-level state and federal investigations. Wold was instrumental in establishing protocols and procedures for the investigation of overdose deaths, leading to the arrest and prosecution of offenders involved in the trafficking of dangerous drugs. Under his leadership, CCITF has been recognized nationally, receiving awards for its innovative approach to disrupting and dismantling drug trafficking organizations (DTOs). He has shared his knowledge and experience as a guest instructor, providing training to investigators throughout the state.
He holds basic, intermediate, advanced and supervisory certificates from DPSST, and was promoted to Captain in 2021.
Captain Wold is proud to have spent the majority of his life as a resident of Clackamas County, where he currently resides with his family. His hobbies include hunting, fishing and shooting sports.
Jail Captain Lee Eby
Captain Lee Eby began his career in law enforcement as a Reserve Officer with the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office in 1999, where later that same year he was hired as a deputy at the Clackamas County Jail. In 2006, he was promoted to Sergeant. In 2009 he was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant. In 2015, he was promoted to Captain and appointed Commander of the Clackamas County Jail.
Captain Eby holds Basic, Intermediate, Supervisory, Middle Management and Executive Certification in Corrections from DPSST. He also holds an instructor certification at DPSST, where he trains Basic Corrections and Basic Police classes in corrections law and other legal topics. These classes have covered topics including civil liability and PREA, the criminal justice system, use of force for corrections personnel, inmate rights, employee discipline and collective bargaining. He is also a Certified Jail Inspector for the State of Oregon, and has written for the National Institute of Corrections (NIC), an agency of the U.S. Department of Justice.
During his career, Captain Eby has earned numerous awards for his expertise and accomplishments in the corrections field. He was named the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office "Corrections Deputy of the Year" in 2004 and the Oregon State Sheriffs' Association "Employee of the Year" in 2006. He was also honored with a Meritorious Service Award from the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office in 2006, and the Oregon State Sheriffs' Association (OSSA) Jail Command Council named him "Outstanding Supervisor of the Year" in 2010. Captain Eby was OSSA's "Jail Commander of the Year" in 2016. He has served as the President of the Oregon Sheriff's Jail Command Council and is currently on the executive board for Clackamas County chapter of the National Alliance of the Mentally Ill (NAMI).
Patrol Captain Brad O’Neil
Captain Brad O'Neil started as a Cadet at the Sheriff's Office in 1995. He was hired as a full-time Patrol deputy in November 1999.
O'Neil has served in many capacities at the Sheriff's Office, including Field Training Officer, Emergency Vehicle Operations Course (EVOC) instructor, Cadet advisor, and Search & Rescue commander. He spent 13 years as a K9 handler and five years as a K9 Sergeant and K9 Unit Commander.
He is a Master K9 Detection Trainer with the Oregon Police Canine Association (OPCA); O'Neil also served as OPCA's Sergeant-at-Arms and President.
O'Neil was promoted to Sergeant in 2013, Lieutenant in 2019 — serving as Investigations Division Commander for one-and-a-half years — and Captain in 2021. He has beginner, intermediate, advanced and supervisory certificates through DPSST.
Training/Wellness/Risk Captain Shane Strangfield
Captain Shane Strangfield has served with the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office since 1996 when he was hired as a Corrections Deputy. In 1998 he was promoted to Patrol Deputy, promoted in 2008 to Patrol Sergeant, promoted in 2010 to Patrol Lieutenant, and promoted to Captain in 2018. From January 2011 to January of 2017 he served as the Police Chief for the city of Happy Valley which contracts with the Sheriff’s Office for police services. He also served as the police chief for the cities of Estacada and Damascus.
Captain Strangfield holds his Basic, Intermediate, Advanced, Supervisory, Middle Management and Executive police certifications from the Department of Public Safety Standards and Training. He was awarded the agencies lifesaving award in 2007, deputy of the year award in 2007, meritorious service award in 2012, Search and Rescue unit citation in 2012, Honor Guard unit citation in 2015 and a meritorious service award in 2015.
Captain Strangfield has worked many assignments at the Sheriff’s Office including Defensive Tactics Unit instructor and supervisor, Watch Commander, Search and Rescue Program Manager, Cadet Program Manager, and the Professional Standards Unit manager. In 1999, he was assigned to the agency's Honor Guard Team, currently serving as team commander. Captain Strangfield is a founding member of the Oregon Fallen Badge Foundation and serves as the foundation’s president.