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Columbia County Sheriff Information

Columbia County is in the South Eastern portion of Washington State. The population as of 2017 was 4,047 making Columbia the third least populated county in Washington. The county seat and largest city is Dayton. The county was created in 1875 and is named after the Columbia River.

Sheriff’s Information

The mission of the Sheriff’s Office is to partner with the residents of Columbia County to provide quality, professional and responsive law enforcement services.

The Sheriff’s Office also provides a boat patrol for the Snake River. The Sheriff’s Office in Columbia county promotes safe boating practices.

The department serves a population of 4,500 and there are 9 sworn officers in the department.

Rocky L. Miller, Sheriff

Joe Helm, Chief Deputy

341 E. Main Street Suite 1

Dayton, WA 99328

Phone: 509-382-2518

Fax: 509-382-4765

Columbia County Records/Court Clerk

The County Clerk is an elected position and is the administrative and financial officer of the Superior Court. The clerk protects the integrity and accuracy of the court records of Columbia County Superior Court.

Sue Marinella, County Clerk

Jessica Atwood, Chief Deputy Clerk

341 E. Main St., Suite 2

Dayton, WA 99328

Phone: 509-382-4321

Fax: 509-382-4830

Hours: Monday – Friday

8:30 am – 4:30 pm

Washington Annual Crime Report 2017

2017 Crimes Statistics

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County Jail Information

The jail was officially opened in 1887 and has undergone renovations. Currently it has 11 beds and the security level is medium. It is an adult detention facility.

Inmate visits is on Mondays between 10:00 am and 11:00 am, and on Thursday evenings between 7:30 pm and 8:30 pm. Visitation is subject to the availability of the booking room and officer availability. All visitors must have a valid picture id and must be at least 10 years of age and accompanied by a parent or guardian. No food or toiletry items are accepted for the inmates.

Mail should be addressed to the inmate as follows:

Columbia County WA Jail

Inmate Name, Inmate ID#

341 E. Main St. Suite 1

Dayton, WA 99328

Columbia County Jail

341 E. Main Street Suite 1

Dayton, WA 99328

Phone: 509-382-1100

Fax: 509-382-4765


Jail Roster Information

Columbia County Inmate Search can be found at:

Once your have entered the site, type in the name, subject number (if you have it) plus the booking number. You can then hit search and the inmate charges and other information will populate.

Call the jail if you want to check on an inmate. Inmates are frequently transferred to other facilities. The number to the jail is 509-382-1100.

Jail Roster Link

Employment in the Sheriff’s Office

There are no openings in the Columbia Sheriff’s Office or Correction Department. Contact the sheriff’s office for updates.

How to Report a Crime

Contact the Sheriff’s Office at Phone: 509-382-4321Fax: 509-382-4830 to report a crime. To find out what scams and crimes are afoot, visit the Crime Watch link

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