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Latest News

Whatcom County Sheriff's Office Activity Reports

Posted on : Sept. 2, 2015 Updated on : Sept. 2, 2015 in: Website .

Starting August 28th, 2015
The Whatcom County Sheriff's Office reports that they will now be posting activity reports to the County website.
This is the link:

They expect that they will be posted several times a week covering time frames for the weekend (Friday, Saturday and Sunday)  and weekdays (Monday and Tuesday) and (Wednesday and Thursday).

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Posted on : Aug. 24, 2015 Updated on : Aug. 24, 2015 in: Website .

September 14th ... 12th Anniversary Meeting
October      12th
November    9th
December   14th ...  Christmas Party

January  11th
February  8th
March    14th
April       11th
May         9th

These dates could be subject to change so please check back to this page.
If a Emergency should arise and we require a additional meeting you will find it here

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Posted on : Aug. 15, 2015 Updated on : Aug. 15, 2015 .

Please note that the phone numbers for the Fire Marshal and the Burn Ban Hot Line have changed.
Go to Important Numbers on the main page for the updates.

Thank you.

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CERT COURSE - Community Emergency Response Team

Posted on : July 7, 2015 Updated on : July 7, 2015 in: Website .

The Baker Emergency Resource Team (BERT) will be sponsoring a Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) course in the first two weeks of October, 2015.

Sessions will be:
Friday, Oct 2nd: 6:00PM - 9:30 PM Intro, Expectations,Family Emergency Preparedness Plan, Disaster Preparedness & Hazards, Terrorism, Incident Command System, Shelter-in-place

Saturday, Oct 3rd: 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM  Fire Safety, Extinguisher practice, Utilities, Hazardous Materials, Disaster Medical Operations I, Search & Rescue

Friday, Oct 9th: 6:00 PM - 9:30 PM  Disaster Medical Operations 11.

Saturday, Oct 10th: 8:00AM - 8:00PM CERT Organization, Disaster Psychology, Animal Emergency Preparedness, Emergency Kits ...

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Tips for Landlords - Preventing Drug Labs On Your Property

Posted on : July 2, 2015 Updated on : July 2, 2015 in: Tips .

*Small changes can protect your investment.

The Costs are huge  

*When drug criminals operate out of rental property, owners pay a high price:

  • Loss or rent
  • Civil penalties
  • Damaged property
  • Decline in property values
  • Dangerous, threatening tenants
  • Resentful and angry neighbors
  • Loss of valued tenants


Over half of the residential drug labs are found on rental property.

Property owners are responsible for decontamination costs.

Decontamination costs average $6,500 for a 1200 square foot home.

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Whatcom County Issues Total Burn Ban

Posted on : July 2, 2015 Updated on : July 2, 2015 in: Website .

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Posted on : May 13, 2015 Updated on : May 13, 2015 in: Website .

For information on this exciting design workshop please go to this link

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Posted on : May 13, 2015 Updated on : May 13, 2015 in: Website .

There was a phone threat incident at Kendall Elementary School recently. The school was never in danger, but went on lockdown as a precaution.

I have created a twitter account and people can follow me @WCSO193
It will be an easy way for me to communicate immediately with the community and disseminate accurate information.
Unfortunately rumors have already been greatly exaggerated.

Further contact information can be found under Important Numbers.  




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Baker Emergency Resource Team

Posted on : April 10, 2015 Updated on : April 11, 2015 in: Website .

New link added
Please go to Web Links and click on Community for further information.

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Posted on : April 6, 2015 Updated on : April 6, 2015 in: Website .

The main jail was originally built to hold 148 offenders.  With some limited remodeling, the operational capacity of the main jail should be 212. 
The absolute capacity of the Work Center is 150 beds.  Approximately 70 beds are reserved for full custody, lower security offenders;  the balance are used by work crew and work release offenders.  Due to security and classification issues, offenders who are full custody must remain separate from offenders who are in and out of the facility.

For Monday, April 6th, 2015

There are a total of 381 offenders under supervision

  • 244  are housed in the main ...

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