Sheriff, Douglas County, Nevada

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Douglas County Sheriff

Welcome

The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office serves as the County’s only local law enforcement agency. Douglas County Sheriff’s Office, incorporated in 1861. Our long standing motto of “A Tradition of Service” speaks to our employee’s commitment to protect and serve the citizens and visitors of Douglas County. We remain dedicated to maintaining the quality of life enjoyed throughout our community, and ensure our county is a safe place to live, work and visit.

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News & Annoucments

Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Offers Safety Tips and Fireworks Reminders for the 4th of July Holiday
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Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Offers Safety Tips and Fireworks Reminders for the 4th of July Holiday
Missing Person/Juvenile Runaway: DCSO & Family Seeking Information About Matthew Jimenez
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Missing Person/Juvenile Runaway: DCSO & Family Seeking Information About Matthew Jimenez
Operation Bear Trap Targets Drug Trafficking in the South Lake Tahoe Area
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Operation Bear Trap Targets Drug Trafficking in the South Lake Tahoe Area
Press Release-Assistance in Identifying Suspects Case Number: 22SO11559
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Press Release-Assistance in Identifying Suspects Case Number: 22SO11559
Douglas County Search and Rescue Conducts Swift Water Training
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Douglas County Search and Rescue Conducts Swift Water Training
Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Asking for Victims of Fraudulent Activity to Come Forward
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Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Asking for Victims of Fraudulent Activity to Come Forward
Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Hosts Open House
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Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Hosts Open House
Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Unveils 2022 Autism Car
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Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Unveils 2022 Autism Car
 Sheriff’s Office Working to Identify Human Remains
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Sheriff’s Office Working to Identify Human Remains

Upcoming Events

Our marine boats will be out on the Lake this summer keeping you safe. Never leave your boat unattended when you are out in the water. There's nothing wrong with hopping in the lake to cool down but be sure that a person capable of operating the boat stays aboard and is aware of anyone in the water. An unexpected gust of wind can move a boat faster than you are able to swim and you can quickly find yourself in the middle of the lake without a ride to shore. For more boat safety tips click here. 

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