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Cowlitz County Sheriff Information
Cowlitz County is located in the south western part of Washington. As of 2010 the population was 102,410 and the county seat is Kelso and the largest city is Longview. The county was formed in April 1854. The names from the Cowlitz Indian term Cow-e-liske meaning capturing the medicine spirit.
The Sheriff’s Office is set up to provide quality service in law enforcement, civil process, and emergency management. It’s goal is to bring a sense of peace, safety and security to all citizens of Cowiltz County, Washington.
Mark S. Nelson, Sheriff
312 SW 1st Avenue
Kelso, WA 98626
Cowlitz County Records/Court Clerk
The Clerk’s office is responsible for keeping the permanent records of all cases filed in the Superior Court. These include felony, civil lawsuits, family law, probates and guardianships, mental or alcohol commitment cases.
Staci L. Myklebust, County Clerk
Hall of Justice 312 SW 1st Ave.
Kelso, WA 98626
8:30 am to 4:30 pm
Washington Annual Crime Report 2017
2017 Crimes Statistics
|# of Cleared offense||664|
|Adult Arrest Total||492|
|Juvenile Arrest Total||75|
County Jail Information
The County Corrections Department provides and manages progressive correction services in an efficient, effective, and socially responsible manner.
The Jail is under the direction of the Corrections Department and has a capacity of 325 residents on the average. The facility also houses Washington State Department of Corrections inmates who violate the terms of their post-conviction supervision agreements.
Inmate accounts are funded through a kiosk available in the jail lobby. You may also deposit funds online at
Deposits to an inmate’s account can also be made over the phone at 1-866-394-0490.
Mail will only be accepted in a plain white envelope and properly addressed including a return address.
Visitation privileges time and location are included on the jail roster for each individual inmate. The link is:
Martin Fox, Director
1935 First Avenue
Longview, WA 98633
312 SW 1st Ave.
Kelso, WA 98626
Jail Roster Information
The current Cowlitz County Jail Roster contains 254 inmates. The roster list is alphabetized, and information includes inmate number, booked at time and date, locations, and a link to the victim notification system or VINE. Click on the “more information” link and the inmates visitation hours, bond total, and arresting agency are listed.
Jail Roster Link:
Employment in the Sheriff’s Office
Entry Level applicants go through Pu7blic Safety Testing website for preliminary hiring processes.
Lateral Applicants need to connect on the website and complete and return the applications.
Support Staff is pulled from a list of applicants who have successfully passed the Cowlitz County Civil Service Test.
How to Report a Crime
To report a crime in progress, call 911. You can also submit an anonymous tip to the Sheriff’s Office by using a for obtained on the website at:
Sheriff’s Office Link for reporting crimes:
Law Enforcement Links
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Cowlitz County Sheriff’s Office Address
312 SW 1st Avenue Kelso, WA 98626
Phone: (360) 577-3092
Fatalities of children under 13 involved in a car crash decreased significantly from 2017 to 2018. If you love them, you’ll make sure that they are in the correct seat for their age and size, and that the seat is being used correctly. #TheRightSeat
Cowlitz County has an emergency community warning system that is able to send emergency messages to residents and businesses within the county. HOWEVER, unless you sign up, it cannot contact your cellular phone or VoIP phone. https://t.co/ecptabV0tO
Department of Natural Resources is recommending a Level 2 evacuation (be ready to go on a moments notice or if you need additional time, now would be a good time) for the area from Speelyai Park east to county line; and Merrill Lake south to county line.
Cowlitz County press release 49: Cowlitz Health Officials Encourage Community Caution Ahead of
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For a pdf version of this release, visit https://t.co/4QI1BkLJUI https://t.co/wMVuHEBY9Q
The Cowlitz County Sheriff's Office business office will be closed all day on September 7th for Labor Day. Deputies will still be patrolling as usual and 911 dispatch will still take emergency and non-emergency reports. https://t.co/HwrMHIVNXW
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