Paws on Patrol

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The Clark County Sheriff’s Office is working hard to make your neighborhoods safer and invite you and your pet to join us!

Paws on Patrol program is a crime awareness volunteer program for dog walkers to assist as extra eyes, ears, and paws, while out on their routine walk. Participants learn about personal safety, how to observe and report suspicious activity, tips on being a better witness, neighborhood resources and more. Anyone who routinely walks their neighborhoods or parks can join, even if you don’t have a pet.

It’s a great way to connect with your community and help make our neighborhoods safer while doing what you already do.

If you are unsure if you live outside of the Vancouver city limits, follow the link below to check your address:
https://www.cityofvancouver.us/ourcity/page/do-you-live-or-work-city-vancouver

Paws on Patrol Flyer

To sign-up, watch the video and PowerPoint training below, then fill out the registration form.
Your free pet tag will be mailed to you within 2 weeks.
Training Video:
 
Training Power Point:


For more information, contact the Community Outreach Unit at 564-397-3380 or email:
CntySheriff.CommunityOutreach@clark.wa.gov

Registration Form:

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