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Clallam County Information

The county’s population according to the 2010 census was 71,404 and the county is Port Angeles. The county was named after Klallam, which is a word to describe “strong people.” The county was founded in 1854 and it is located on the Olympic Peninsula. The county office departments that are focused maintaining the peace and order in the county are superior court clerk, attorney, Sheriff’s office, probation, and emergency management.

Sheriff’s office

The Sheriff’s name is Bill Benedict and the number to call is 360-417-2459. The divisions in the Sheriff’s office are anonymous tips, calendars, corrections facility, community policing, code enforcement, pistol license, emergency management, jail, property room, public records, sex offender registry, and traffic school.

The Sheriff’s office envisions to foster an environment where citizens can feel safe and take pride and comfort in providing a good quality of life in the community. The incorporation of community will influence the strategies in policies, leadership, technologies, and effective use of resources.

County courthouse

The district 1 court judge is Rick Porter and in 2014, the court had more than 9,000 cases. These cases are from Port Angeles Municipalities and Sequim, and the Clallam County. The cases that were processed have 5,740 traffic infractions, 171 DUIs, 515 criminal traffic violations, 1,257 crime violations, 87 civil anti-harassment orders, 1,029 civil cases and 175 small claims cases. The total of the receipts was $2,000,000.

The office hours are from 9 am to 12 pm and 12:30 pm to 4 pm from Monday through Friday.

County jail

223 East 4th Street Port Angeles, WA 98362

Phone number is 360-417-2268

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Visiting hours are from 11:15 am to 7:15 pm Friday, Saturdays, Sundays, and Mondays. Always call the jail one day before you plan to visit make sure that visitation is not cancelled on that day.  

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Clallam County Sheriff’s Office

22 East 4th Street, Suite 12 Port Angeles, WA 98302


Phone: (360) 417-2262

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The Clallam County Sheriff's Office will be partnering with the Port Angeles Police Department to participate in the National Drug Take Back Day this Saturday, 10/28/17 from 10am - 2pm.

The Emergency Management Incident Command Vehicle will be set up in the parking lot of the Clallam County Courthouse located at 223 E. 4th St., Port Angeles with officers on hand to receive the items.
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Sgt. Randy Pieper taught Citizen Firearms Classes today for the Sequim Elks Club. Participants were instructed in the four Firearms Safety Rules and how to properly hold and fire semi-auto handguns and rifles. A Firearms Simulator utilizing laser and video technology allowed students to use real weapons modified with conversion kits that use lasers rather than bullets to mark hits.

This was a great opportunity for citizens to step into the shoes of law enforcement officers and make split second decisions on whether to shoot or not. The system also includes a Taser and OC Spray to allow for training with less lethal options.
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4th quarter CERT meeting in Sequim, WA., Thursday, 10/19/17. CERT Captain Pat Baxter reports 257 individuals trained as Type IV light search and rescue for a total of 11 teams in Sequim and Joyce.
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JEPP (Joyce, WA) earns “honorable mention” in National FEMA award. Big presentation going on now. Join us!
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Sheriff Benedict reported today that on 10-18-2017, a 61 year old Sequim resident died as result of injuries sustained from a traffic accident at Kitchen-Dick Rd and Lotzgesell Rd. At about 1548 hours, PenCom received a report of a traffic accident at that location. Clallam County Deputies and Fire District 3 personnel were dispatched to the scene.

Upon arrival, emergency responders found that a Ford utility truck collided with a Ford Windstar van. The driver of the Windstar van was trapped in his vehicle and had to be extricated by Fire Department personnel and transported to Olympic Medical Center. The driver of the van was pronounced deceased on arrival at OMC by the emergency room Doctor. The driver of the Ford truck sustained minor injuries and was not transported by Medics from the scene.

Preliminary investigation showed that the driver of the van was heading westbound on Lotzgesell Road, preparing to make a left turn onto Kitchen-Dick Road. The driver of the Ford truck was driving northbound on Kitchen-Dick Road, preparing to make a right turn onto Lotzgesell Road. The driver of the truck failed to negotiate the turn and collided with the van in the van’s lane of travel.

Initial assessment of the driver of the truck, 50 year old Port Angeles resident Vance Mattix, indicated that he had been consuming alcoholic beverages. Mattix was arrested and transported to the Clallam County Corrections Facility.

The incident is continuing to be investigated by the Clallam County Sheriff’s Office and Detective Josh Ley who has specialized training in accident reconstruction. The case will be forwarded to the Clallam County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office for formal charging for the crime of Vehicular Homicide.
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Clallam County Sheriff's Office4 days ago

Well, did you get through the storm ok? It sure got wet and windy for a while. Forks area had almost 3 inches of the wet stuff, but even though there were some power outages, the winds were actually slightly less than anticipated. So now what?

Well, the rains are supposed to back off some today (honest) and turn to some showery activity through Friday. But Saturday, we will probably get hit again. The good news here though, is that this next storm is focusing a lot more to the south and expected to move up in to the Puget Sound Region minimizing its impact on us. While we will see some more wind and rain, it won’t be quite as much as yesterday. Of course, never say never around here and coastal folks? Watch for winds building up on Saturday morning and throughout the day but much less than what you saw yesterday. And I would watch the waves and swells for the next day or two; there’s a high surf warning for Gray’s Harbor and I find it difficult to believe our beaches won’t feel some of that.

So, rain totals over the weekend are forecasted to be about 2” in Forks; Neah Bay/Clallam Bay, 1.25”; PA .75 and the sunbelt of Clallam County, Sequim rings in at about ¼ to ½ an inch. Heaviest rain will be late Saturday night.

Sunday should quiet down a lot and Monday the systems will move out and make way for what looks like a real nice week next week.

Hope you got all your wood in for the season as this is a good weekend to curl up in front of the fire with the dog and a good book. And for those of us around here? That’s not so bad at all.

Stay safe (and dry)
Undersheriff Ron Cameron