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Clallam County Jail


According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 120
Inmate Capacity: 96
Year Constructed: 1980
Full-Time Staff: 10
Total Staff Salaries: unknown

Phone:(360) 417-2000

Clallam County, WA Offense Statistics
Violent Crime 51
Murder and Non-Negligent Manslaughter 0
Rape (revised and legacy definition) 14
Robbery 4
Aggravated Assault 33
Property Crime 778
Burglary 264
Larceny-theft 472
Motor Vehicle Theft 42
Arson 4
Data Source: FBI Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program – Offenses Known to Law Enforcement by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2015
Note: The data shown in this table does not reflect county totals but are the number of offenses reported by the sheriff’s office or county police department
Clallam County Sheriff's Office
Clallam County Sheriff's Office added 2 new photos.Thursday, January 17th, 2019 at 7:08am

Well, we are continuing with a quieter weather pattern. If you watch the national news it seems the whole country is getting blasted with some sort of bad weather. It might be snow in the great lakes, or rain in California (probably our rain), but there’s reports of one extreme to the other. I have in-laws in the other Washington (DC) area who were huddled inside last weekend due to the snow shutting a lot of services down.

But for us, the storms of December are somewhat a distance past. Branches and other debris remain here and there to remind us of the county wide power outage last month. And we are all thinking of those who had more significant damage like to their homes and stuff. Hopefully, they are getting this fixed up and back on track.

So what now? Well, for the next couple days at least, we can expect some showers, turning to rain tonight. There will be some wind for our west end folks starting this afternoon and lasting most of the evening into tomorrow morning, but certainly nothing like we were seeing. And then rain again tomorrow afternoon into Saturday with the weekend turning to showers. At times the rain could be a little heavy, with 2-3 inches total forecast from now through Sunday for the west end. More like .5 to 1 inch for the central areas. Temperatures won’t be bad, and hopefully, we will see some more snow in the Olympics. I haven’t seen (nor have a I really searched for) a good report on our snow pack, but I just sense it’s not good. Fingers crossed for snow so we can enjoy our summer with no drought type issues.

Longer term, I read a story where we are out of the woods for the turbulent stuff we have been experiencing. That may be true for seeing one windstorm following another, but I wouldn’t count out any more windstorms. Many of us remember what happened on February 13, 1979. Winds on Hood Canal hit 80 mph sustained and gusted to 120. The result? A bridge that sunk and a long time of driving around the canal or taking a ferry from South Point to Lofall on the other side. Hopefully, we don’t see that again.

But, hey, it’s where we live. Even the weather can be an adventure. I have friends in other parts of the US who say; “it rains all the time where you live, how do you get things done outside?” So I tell them. I put a coat on.

Stay safe everyone,
Undersheriff Ron Cameron
Clallam County Sheriff's Office
Clallam County Sheriff's Office added 5 new photos.Monday, January 14th, 2019 at 1:52pm

The Clallam County Sheriff's Office will once again offer Citizen's Firearm Safety Classes on Saturday, 2/16/19 and Saturday, 2/23/19 from 10 -2pm. There are 12 slots available and this class is free of charge.

If interested in attending, please email Lorraine Shore at: lshore@co.clallam.wa.us for an application.

Below is information about the classes:

These classes are designed for residents to familiarize themselves with firearms safety and various weapons systems (handguns and rifles) as well as let them experience what law enforcement has to deal with when responding to various scenarios. The instructor utilizes a video training system which is an interactive use of force and firearms simulation system designed to allow for reality based training utilizing real weapons outfitted with a laser system that simulates shots which are tracked on the video screen as the scenario is playing. For example, the student is outfitted with either a handgun or rifle and placed in front of a video screen. An instructor loads a shoot/no-shoot scenario such as a domestic violence scene where the actors on the screen are involved in a DV and the student must interact using their verbal skills as the action unfolds. The instructor has the option to change the scenario from a no-shoot to a shoot scenario based on the student’s responses. This allows the students to understand the split second decision making that officers are faced with on a daily basis and it allows the student to see where their shots are placed in a high stress shooting scenario. This training elicits a great discussion with the instructors and students walk away with a better understanding of what it is like to fire a weapon, the decision making involved in the daily life of a law enforcement officer and how quickly the officer must respond to a deadly threat.

The Citizen's Firearm Safety classes are scheduled based on the availability of an instructor and there is no charge to attend. Residents sign up through the Sheriff’s Office and must complete a liability release form which includes a background check. The limit for each class is 12 students per 4 hour class and the classes are filled up very quickly as there is a lot of interest from the public.
Clallam County Sheriff's Office
Clallam County Sheriff's OfficeFriday, January 11th, 2019 at 12:29pm

Hi Everyone,

Well, I think we are finally in a period of time where things may be quiet on the weather front for the next week or so. Forecast models at least for the coming week show a dry period and maybe a little warmer than normal for this time of year. Now, don’t be breaking out the cutoffs quite yet, but for our weekend and into most of next week, it doesn’t look that bad.

Scott Sistek from KOMO had a story that said that NOAA’s longer range models show a pretty good possibility of rains returning by the end of next week. (Just in time for a long weekend of course). But, we gotta enjoy it while we can because I really don’t think mother nature is done with messing around yet. I bet we can look forward to some more wet stuff in the future and, we hope, some more snow in them thar hills…

On a different matter, I recently mentioned that the Sheriff’s Office Emergency Mgt. section is working on updating the Hazard Mitigation Plan. This sounds boring, but it really helps us all understand our area's vulnerabilities not just to earthquakes, and how to try to deal with these issues in advance. On January 29, at 6pm, we will be holding a public meeting at Peninsula College for all to review and give their thoughts and ideas on the matter.

In the meantime, we are asking everyone that can, to take a little survey on what you think about hazards and concerns you have so we can be directed on what matters to you most. I want to thank all of you that have responded so far.

So, whether you live in Blyn or Beaver, own a home or a business, or have property at Diamond Point in the east or the Undie Rd. in the west, your input matters. Folks in Neah Bay, Jamestown, Elwha and LaPush? Your concerns matters too, so please, take a minute or two and take the survey. It can really help. Here’s the link:


Thank you for taking the time and hope to see you on the 29th.

Stay safe,
Undersheriff Ron Cameron
Clallam County Sheriff's Office
Clallam County Sheriff's OfficeFriday, January 11th, 2019 at 6:44am

Clallam County Sheriff Deputies Jim Dixon, Matt Murphy and Chris Moon have each worked different burglary cases since last summer in which Collin Kennedy was the suspect. Each deputy has established Probable Cause in their cases to arrest Collin on these burglaries and thefts.

The Sheriff's Office would appreciate the public's assistance in locating Collin Kennedy. Please call Dispatch at either 9-1-1 or their non-emergency number 360-417-2459 if you have information on his whereabouts.

Below is the news release from the Lost Mountain Burglaries:


The Clallam County Sheriff's Office has identified 28 yo, Collin J. Kennedy as the suspect in the two burglaries of occupied homes on Lost Mountain Road. Collin Kennedy is a white male, 5'10, 175lbs with blue eyes and is believed to be living out of his vehicle. The vehicle is a 1998 Black Acura two passenger car, LIC# AMU6847. The vehicle has plastic right door window, cracked windshield and a large "Seahawks" sticker on the back window.

Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to call Dispatch at either 9-1-1 or their non-emergency number 360-417-2459. Anonymous tips can be left on the Sheriff's website at: https://websrv7.clallam.net/cnmaster-c/nwformeml.php

Below is the original news release on the Lost Mountain Burglaries:


On 11-28-18, between 4:50 pm and 8:01 pm an unknown individual attempted to burglarize two different houses in the Lost Mountain area of Sequim. Both burglaries were interrupted by the home owners and the suspect was not able to get away with any stolen property. The suspect eluded apprehension and remains at large.

On 11-28-18, at about 4:50 pm home owners returned to their residence about four miles up Lost Mountain Road, Sequim. When the home owners entered their home they found an unknown male inside their locked residence. One of the home owners confronted the suspect and attempted to apprehend him. The suspect was able to get away from the home owner and fled the residence into a wooded area.

Deputies and Sequim Police Officers arrived in the area and set up a perimeter. A Sequim Police K-9 was deployed in an attempt to track the suspect but the suspect was able to clear the area before being tracked down and apprehended.

On 11-28-18, at about 8:01 pm Deputies responded to another home in the Lost Mountain area for the report of a prowler. This residence was within a mile of the previous burglary that was interrupted earlier in the evening.

The home owner was home during the time of the attempted burglary and confronted the suspect telling him to leave the property. Deputies scoured the area using a thermal imager to check and clear multiple neighboring properties and wooded areas. Deputies remained in the Lost Mountain area for most of the night patrolling.

The same person is suspected to have been involved in both burglaries. The suspect is described as a white male about 5’10-6’ tall with brown hair, scruffy facial hair and wearing a long sleeve shirt, dark colored pants and high top sneakers. A suspicious vehicle parked in the area of the burglaries is a vehicle of interest by investigators. Both burglaries are under investigation and leads are being followed.

The Clallam County Sheriff’s Office would like to remind our community to lock their homes, vehicles and outbuildings and to please report any suspicious activity. To report suspicious activity, call Dispatch immediately at either 360-417-2459 or 9-1-1 if an emergency. Dispatch is open 24/7.
Clallam County Sheriff's Office
Clallam County Sheriff's OfficeThursday, January 10th, 2019 at 7:07am

Heather has been missing since December 22, 2018 and is considered endangered. In the time since she left home, Sheriff's Deputies and her family have been searching for Heather and tracking down sightings. There have been reported sightings of Heather on Clallam Transit, the Health Department and the Sequim YMCA.

The Clallam County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's assistance in locating missing person, Heather Tegerdine. Heather is a 40 year old white female, 5'5, 210 lbs. Heather has mental health issues and left her parent's home in Diamond Point the evening of December 22, 2018 between 8 - 9pm. Heather left on foot without her bus card, wallet and coat. She does not have a cell phone and has not been seen or heard from since 12/22/18.

Anyone with information on Heather's whereabouts is asked to contact Dispatch at 360-417-2459, the Sheriff's Office at 360-417-2262 or leave an anonymous tip at: https://websrv7.clallam.net/cnmaster-c/nwformeml.php
Clallam County Sheriff's Office
Clallam County Sheriff's OfficeWednesday, January 9th, 2019 at 7:11am
**National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day**

The Clallam County Sheriff's Office is honored to serve the citizens of Clallam County and we appreciate the overwhelming support of our community.