OUR PATROL DEPUTIES ARE STILL WORKING TO SERVE THE CITIZENS OF KLAMATH COUNTY, THEIR SERVICE AND COMMITMENT HAS NOT CHANGED DURING THIS TIME OF UNCERTAINTY
AT THE DIRECTION OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, OUR LOBBY IS CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC BEGINNING MARCH 24, 2020 UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE DUE TO THE COVID 19 GUIDELINES.
WE ARE STILL AVAILABLE TO ASSIST THE PUBLIC BY CALLING 541-883-5130, OPTION 3 MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY 8-5
NEW AND TRANSFERRING CONCEALED HANDGUN LICENSES APPLICATIONS ARE SUSPENDED UNTIL APRIL 29, 2020
FINGERPRINTING SUSPENDED UNTIL APRIL 29, 2020
As of Monday March 16, 2020 Klamath County Sheriff’s Office is making the following modifications to daily operations due to building limitations that are not conducive to social distancing recommendations.
KCSO will not be open for the following services until further notice:
- New and transferring CHL Applications
• CHL Renewals – Renewals, address changes, or replacements may be accomplished by following these instructions
• Animal Control – If you need to obtain a dog license or renew a license we ask that you complete that process email, via US mail or deposit renewal in dropbox at animal control. Please see https://animalcontrol.klamathcounty.org for online renewal options.
The Klamath County Sheriff’s Office is comprised of 90 sworn personnel in the Patrol, Corrections, and Civil Divisions. The Volunteer Division has nearly 100 volunteers in many different programs. As you explore our web pages, please note the variety of services provided to our county residents and those who chose to visit, work, and recreate in Klamath County. As you look further into what the Klamath County Sheriff’s Office offers, you will see services common in many larger law enforcement agencies….we just have a more beautiful place to work!
It is the mission of the Klamath County Sheriff’s Office to safeguard the lives and property of the residents of our county. We do this by protecting and serving you. By reducing the incidence and fear of crime, we improve the quality of life within Klamath County. Our mandate is to do so with honor and integrity. These are not mere words…these are the core values of law enforcement.