The sheriff will provide updates about the upcoming Regional Training Academy, the Body Worn Camera Program, staffing, and highlight current crime trends in the community
Next week, on Thu., Sept. 14 starting at 5:30 p.m., Clark County Sheriff John Horch would like to invite the community to a town hall with him and members of his leadership team.
The sheriff will provide updates about the upcoming Regional Training Academy, the Body Worn Camera Program, staffing, and highlight current crime trends in the community.
Sheriff Horch and his team will be available to answer questions about law enforcement or the Clark County Sheriff’s Office.
The town hall will also include a less-lethal presentation from one of our less-lethal instructors.
The Town Hall will take place at Lacamas Lodge located at 227 NE Lake Road in Camas from 5:30-7 p.m.
This will be the sheriff’s third community engagement event following events in Salmon Creek and Battle Ground earlier this year.
Information provided by Clark County Sheriff’s Office.
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