Lookup Arrests and Warrants on the Jail Roster in Okanogan County. Results Include: Counts, Mugshot, Charge, Warrant Type, Charging Agency, Jurisdiction Cause, Court Date, Sentence, Fine, Disposition, Booking Number, Offense, Arrest Date, Arresting Officer, Physical Description.

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home Okanogan, WA 98840, USA
phone (509) 422-3900

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4 out of 5 stars

posted 4 years ago

I called for information, with only my son's name. The lady who answered the phone (Joyce) sounded kind and and called the Jail for me to find out the info. I needed. This company was much kinder than the other Okanogan bail bondsman I called; who hung up on me.


Okanogan County Jail
123 5TH AVE N #200


According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 162
Inmate Capacity: 170
Year Constructed: 1984
Full-Time Staff: 32
Total Staff Salaries: $1,448,637

Phone:(509) 422-7200

Okanogan County, WA Offense Statistics
Violent Crime 41
Murder and Non-Negligent Manslaughter 1
Rape (revised and legacy definition) 6
Robbery 1
Aggravated Assault 33
Property Crime 299
Burglary 131
Larceny-theft 151
Motor Vehicle Theft 17
Arson not available
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

Okanogan County Sheriff Office

Okanogan County is located in north central Washington along the Canadian border. At 5,268 square miles Okanogan County is the largest county in Washington state and serves approximately 41,500 citizens. The county seat, as well as the Sheriff’s Office, are located in Okanogan. On March 7,1888 the first County Commissioners appointed Philip Perkins as the first Sheriff of Okanogan County. Our current Sheriff is Frank Rogers. Sheriff Rogers has been serving Okanogan County as Sheriff since 2003. The Okanogan County Sheriff’s Office partners with 42 other Law, Fire and EMS agencies within our county. In 2016 our Dispatch Center answered over 24,000 911 calls, over 40,000 non-emergency calls, as well as dispatched over 30,000 events. As a visitor on this page we request you keep your comments on our page respectful and appropriate for all ages or they may be removed. Any opinions expressed by visitors on this page do not reflect the opinions of the Okanogan County Sheriff’s Office. Please remember that if you have an emergency to dial 911 and for non-emergencies dial 509-422-7232. This Facebook page is NOT monitored 24/7.
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Okanogan County Sheriff OfficeSunday, March 17th, 2019 at 4:00am
Spring is here and to do lists are being made! Here are some helpful tips to do them safely and maybe a few things you didn’t think to check.
Before you get started, take it slow. Be sure to stretch before vigorous activity and lift with your legs. Use well maintained tools and break up heavy loads into multiple trips. Make sure you dress the part! Depending on the activity you’ll be doing, make sure you’re using the proper safety equipment; wear safety googles, sturdy shoes and long pants. Wear ear protection and gloves if necessary.
• Replace Filters = A/C unit, Furnace, Dryer, Vacuum, Range hood and the Refrigerator
• Test Batteries in your smoke detectors and change if necessary
• Check Carbon Monoxide detectors
• Create a family emergency plan and practice with your family; make sure everyone knows the address and your address is posted near the phone.
• Clean out the medicine cabinet of expired or unused medications.
--> Unused/Expired medications can be taken to the following locations to their drop boxes:
-->Omak Police Department –
8 N Ash, Omak
-->Oroville Police Department –
1306 Ironwood St, Oroville
-->Twisp Police Department –
118 S Glover St, Twisp
• Update and refill First Aid kit/72 hour kit
• Check expiration on Fire Extinguishers
• Engage alarm system and update alarm company with any new information
• Check windows for damages; leaking water may cause windows to warp and become more susceptible to breaking.
• Turn on your sprinklers and check your pipes. You may not know something has broken during the winter months.
• Trim back dead trees and shrubs; especially if they block your view while entering the main road, clear overgrown plants from walkways. Reposition/replace dislodged or broken stepping stones to prevent tripping hazards.
• Clean your chimney again to reduce carbon monoxide buildup and fire hazards
• Check and clean outside vents
• Schedule vehicle maintenance to ensure brakes, wipers and tires are in good working order.
• Ensure your mailbox and house are clearly and visibly marked with your address that can be seen from the roadway.
• Clean any culverts and drains to ensure proper water drainage and prevent flooding.
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Okanogan County Sheriff Office shared a post.Saturday, March 16th, 2019 at 5:41pm
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Okanogan County Sheriff OfficeSaturday, March 16th, 2019 at 4:10pm
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Okanogan County Sheriff OfficeWednesday, March 13th, 2019 at 9:32am
Okanogan County Sheriff Communications was able to assist TV District #1 by using our snowcat to carry a translator to Omak Mtn. The translator carries several TV and radio channels as well as carries emerency messages as part of the Emergency Notification System. Glad we could help and get some experience for our operators.
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Okanogan County Sheriff Office added 5 new photos.Wednesday, March 13th, 2019 at 9:20am
Assist TV District #1 deliver translator to Omak Mtn site.
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Okanogan County Sheriff Office shared a post.Sunday, March 10th, 2019 at 10:59am
Congratulations to our local Fire District 6 from the Methow Valley on your climb!