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No Second Chances: Brandon's Story

In 2021, Clackamas County resident Brandon Wintringham lost his life to a fentanyl overdose. Brandon's parents recently sat down with the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office to tell Brandon's story in a powerful new video they hope will raise awareness about the impact fentanyl is having on our community. We want to thank Brandon's parents for bravely sharing their story.

Meet Deputy Matt Brown. Deputy Brown’s new full-time assignment is to detect and arrest impaired drivers. The Sheriff hopes to expand this DUII enforcement program in the future.

These young women are on a mission to turn their dreams into reality -- and they're making it happen by participating in two programs offered by the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office.

Over half a decade ago, Jordan Bladen was living on the streets, fighting a heroin addiction.

One evening, he was stopped by Deputy Davis -- who helped set Jordan on a life-changing path to recovery with the Clackamas Substance Addiction Program (CSAP).

Answering a call for help from the Lake County Sheriff.

Four of our deputies joined deputies from across the state to assist with evacuations and other logistical backup on the #BootlegFire , at the time the nation's biggest wildfire.

Here's our Marine Unit Sergeant Nate Thompson with some tips for safe boating in Clackamas County.


Sunday, May 9 marked the start of #NationalPoliceWeek (May 9-15, 2021).

In 1962, President Kennedy proclaimed May 15 as National Peace Officers Memorial Day, declaring the calendar week in which May 15 falls as "National Police Week."