Hood River County Sheriff's Office

Professional, Committed, Trusted
It is the goal of the Sheriff’s Office to provide investigative services to all residents and visitors, in order to enhance the quality of life for the citizens of Hood River County.

The Hood River County Sheriff’s Office has a Detective Sergeant and one detective, assigned to general criminal cases.  These two detectives are responsible for investigating all major crimes in Hood River County.

In order to be assigned to a detective position a deputy has to have at least five years as patrol deputy. Cases assigned to the Detectives are those that require particular expertise or may require extensive or lengthy follow up, thus freeing patrol deputies for other duties. These cases include a wide range of crimes such as assaults, computer crimes, elder abuse, homicides, sex crimes, and property crimes. 

Other duties of the Hood River County Sheriff’s Office detectives include processing crime scenes, collecting, possessing and storage of evidence, registering sex offenders, and working closely with the District Attorney’s Office to successfully prosecute crimes.

Excellent source of identity theft information.  Provides printable information for both prevention and victims.
Conducts interviews of suspected victims of child abuse, medical evaluations, mental heath treatment referreals and coordination of other victim's services.
National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
Official site for current information on missing and exploited children.  Search for missing children, view wanted posters, submit child sightings, etc.
Official site for current information on missing adults.  Providing services and coordination between government agencies, law enforcement, media and the families of endangered missing adults.
Oregon Predatory Sex Offenders
The Oregon State Police maintains the database for sexual offenders in the state of Oregon.  Information available to the general public is only released for offenders deemed as predatory.  A list of all sexual offenders registered in a geographic area is not available to the public due to the restrictions of Oregon Law.
Oregon Department of Human Services
DHS provides a wide array of services to children and adults, including child protective services, self-sufficiency resources and senior and disabled services.
Oregon Vinelink
Vinelink is a public website that provides resources to victims and allows crime victims to register to receive notification regarding offender custody status, etc.
Contact Investigations
Business Hours 541 386-2098
24 hr. Non-Emergency 541 386-2711
Report Criminal Activity
HRSO Criminal Activity Tip Line
541 387-7077


To Contact Us: 
309 State St.
Hood River, OR 97031
Phone:  (541) 386-2098
Fax:      (971) 231-2006
24hr. Non-Emergency  (541) 386-2711