Community Information

The Clark County Sheriff's Office is committed to making Clark County a safe place to live and work by providing the highest level of professional service to our diverse community. By providing information to the citizens of Clark County, the Sheriff's Office encourages community participation at all levels.

Senior Wellness Check

Senior Wellness Check is a free service available for all older residents who live alone in Clark County (excluding City of Camas residents). Peace of mind is just a phone call away. . .

For more information, or to receive an application, please call the Clark County Sheriff's Office Outreach Unit at 564.397.3380.

Or register now by completing an application. Completed applications can be emailed to CntySheriff.CommunityOutreach@clark.wa.gov

Senior Wellness flyer

View the Community Outreach Monthly Report.

Learn about the Clark County Jail Reentry Program.

 

If you have livability concerns in your neighborhood, for information about the County's Code Enforcement program, check out the Clark County

 

Car Seat Safety

Important changes to Washington's Child Restraint Law are effective January 1, 2020. Keeping up-to-date with Washington's Child Restraint Law helps ensure you are correctly using the right seat for your child's age and size. Find out more.

Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition

Prevent Coalition is a community coalition formed in 2003 to increase community collaboration, awareness, and reduce youth substance abuse in Clark County. As a community mobilizer, they promote a healthy, thriving community free of the effects of substance abuse. The Clark County Sheriff's Office is proud to partner with this organization. Through this partnership, we can reduce problems before they start.

Victim Information and Notification

In 2007 the Clark County Sheriff's Office entered into partnership with the Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs (WASPC) to notify crime victims of the release of offenders from the Clark County Jail, through the statewide Victim Information and Notification Everyday (VINE) system. Find out more.