Sheriff's Office Divisions
DTF - Drug Task Force
Grays Harbor County has a multi-jurisdictional Drug
Task Force that is comprised primarily of officers
from the Aberdeen Police Department, the Hoquiam Police
Department and the Grays Harbor County Sheriff’s Office.
Requests for public disclosure for documents generated
by the Grays Harbor County Drug Task Force can be
made using the following Form.
DUI Victim Impact Panel
Washington State Domestic Violence Hotline
If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence, please contact The Washington State Hotline @ 1-800-562-6025 or go to:
April 17th, 2016
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement - ICE
Victim Notification Program
Crime Victims Advocacy Network.
CVAN - A network of advocates working with crime victims in Mason, Thurston, Lewis, Grays Harbor and Pacific Counties.
Public Disclosure Request Form.
Once displayed, please print and thoroughly read the form. Submit the completed form to the designated address located at the bottom of the disclosure form. Please take the time to review the form. making sure the the document is complete and signed.
Residence Vacation Watch Form
Request a residential security check for a given time period.
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Public Disclosure of Registered
Sex Offenders and Wanted Sex Offenders.
For information and listing,
Public Disclosure of Registered
Kidnap Offenders ...
information on applying for a job with the Sheriff's
Department, click here.
Sheriff Rick Scott is the county official charged
with the administration of the Grays Harbor County Sheriff's
Department. State Statute (RCW 36.28.010) states that
the Sheriff is "the Chief Executive Officer and conservator
of the peace of the county."
The Grays Harbor County Sheriff's Office is comprised
of three divisions:
Division has an administrative officer in charge who
reports to Undersheriff David Pimentel and then to the Sheriff.
To learn more about one of the three divisions, please
visit any of the links above.
The mission of our organization is to consistently contribute to our community’s reputation as a
safe place to live, work, play, learn and visit. We accomplish our mission through providing
the highest quality of law enforcement, corrections, and support services possible within
the resources entrusted to us. We do so with honor and integrity, while at all times conducting
ourselves with the highest ethical standards to maintain public confidence.
Grays Harbor County is geographically quite large
which presents a challenge for providing uniformed
law enforcement services. We have resident deputies
that live in outlying areas as well as sub-stations
to help us respond more quickly to calls.
As you will learn in this site, our department is
divided into three divisions. I am proud of the way
each division works together as a team to help accomplish
our department mission.
The Sheriff's Office provides a number of regular
services to the public concerning concealed pistol
licensing, forest products hauling permits, service
of civil process, questions about criminal laws, warrants,
the county jail, sex offender registration, etc. If
you would like more information about these or any
other Sheriff's Office function, please call (360)
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