Welcome, it is my honor to serve as your Multnomah County Sheriff! Our agency is dedicated to providing exemplary public safety services to everyone in Multnomah County.
It’s our privilege to provide a wide range of services including policing, jail operations, search and rescue, river patrol and civil processes.
We understand that community trust is the foundation of our agency and we value the positive relationship we have with the diverse communities we serve. By treating everyone with dignity and respect we enhance the safety and wellbeing of all community members.
Following 2020, a year that required us to look at our organization in a way we have not before, Multnomah County Sheriff Mike Reese, with the assistance of Chief Deputies and Strategic Services, finalized the agency’s Strategic Plan.
Photos from Multnomah County Sheriff's Office's postOn Interstate 84, near the Fairview Parkway overpass, there stands a sign marking the names of Deputy Mark Whitehead and Sergeant Scott Collins. These men lost their lives while serving their community as a reserve sergeant and a reserve deputy Read More 22 Comments 394 Likes
Deputies arrest one, seize gun & drugs during high-risk traffic stop Our deputies assigned to the Special Investigations Unit arrested one man, and seized a loaded firearm and drugs following a high-risk stop Tuesday morning. At approximately 10:30 a.m. on Read More 16 Comments 90 Likes
MCSO deputies and staff rely on electricity to carry out their responsibilities. Our facilities are prepared for power outages so that we can provide the highest level of service to Multnomah County without interruption. But for many of our employees Read More 4 Comments 96 Likes
We want to remind our community that MCSO does not conduct matters concerning warrant service or payment of fines via phone, nor do we ask you to purchase gift cards as a form of payment. #JustHangUp https://t.co/mROXoW7UkB 13 Likes 5 Retweets
Timeline PhotosThe Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office has continued to receive calls from concerned members of the community regarding a phone scam being used to elicit money and confidential personal information. Community members are receiving calls from an individual who identifies as Read More 7 Comments 37 Likes
Domestic & Sexual ViolenceDeputies rescue infant, arrest one following domestic violence assault Friday morning: On Friday, February 19, 2021, at approximately 1:13 a.m., Multnomah County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a reported assault at a home in unincorporated Multnomah County near Powell Butte Nature Read More 6 Comments 51 Likes
In honor of Black History Month, the Multnomah County Sheriff's Office partnered with Word is Bond PDX to showcase the stories and experiences of young Black men through their storyteller campaign titled, "I Got A Story To Tell." Each portrait Read More 11 Comments 59 Likes
Earlier this month, community ambassadors held a teach-in with our management team, and discussed microaggressions, stereotypes, the Black male experience, and building trust with law enforcement. We're grateful to be an active partner with @WordisBondPDX.
Our community ambassadors have been busy this month! So far, they have facilitated 11 teach-ins (9 virtual, 2 in-person) to six different agencies and over 230 officers and command staff. The teach-ins discuss microaggressions, stereotypes, the Black male experience, and building pic.twitter.com/bqwZSyXjzE
Timeline PhotosDo you Move Over when you see emergency vehicles on the shoulder? It’s not just the right thing to do for everyone’s safety, it’s also the law! When approaching any emergency vehicle on the side of the road (this includes Read More 5 Comments 78 Likes
Timeline PhotosDid you know that you can send a text message to 911? In a relatively new way to communicate with emergency services, you are now able to send SMS messages to 911 dispatchers. Calling is still the best way to Read More 4 Comments 81 Likes
Senate Bill 111This video was created as a result of the SB111 Planning Authority. It was presented to a recent citizen outreach group in Gresham, Oregon and has been used to train local law enforcement.