Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office Welcomes New Reserve Deputies

The Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office would like to congratulate our newest graduating class of Reserve Deputies.

Last night (Tuesday, March 19, 2019), the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office held a ceremony to recognize the following volunteers.

  • Reserve Deputy Depaepe
  • Reserve Deputy Frederiksen
  • Reserve Deputy Dalton
  • Reserve Deputy Armour
  • Reserve Deputy Woodward
  • Reserve Deputy Toombs
  • The Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office Reserve Academy includes over 300 hours of training in areas of law, police tactics, firearms and emergency vehicle operations, among many others.

    Recent graduates will now hit the streets to embark on their field training phase. During field training, they will be partnered with a full-time Patrol deputy.

    Reserve deputies are volunteers committed to serving their communities in a law enforcement capacity. Reserve deputies have the ability upon successful completion of training to serve in corrections or patrol functions.

    If you are interested in being a reserve deputy with the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office, you can find more information by visiting

    The Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office offers other volunteer options — including Cadets and the Sheriff’s Posse — listed here:

    We’re also currently in the middle of a hiring campaign that includes a search for new Recruit Patrol Deputies — visit for details on all our job openings.

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