Clark County Sheriff’s Office releases critical incident video from 4/13/2024

Following a deputy-involved shooting, the Clark County Sheriff's Office, at the discretion of the sheriff, will release body-worn camera videos of the incident.


The video’s release is meant to provide visual context of the incident

On April 13th, 2024, the Clark County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) was involved in a deputy-involved shooting. Multiple deputies were on the scene at the time of the incident. Four deputies were placed on critical incident leave. Two deputies discharged their firearms. Two deputies witnessed the incident.

Following a deputy-involved shooting, the Clark County Sheriff's Office, at the discretion of the sheriff, will release body-worn camera videos of the incident.
Link to Video
Video contains graphic imagery and viewer discretion is strongly advised.

Following a deputy-involved shooting, the Clark County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO), at the discretion of the Sheriff, will release body-worn camera (BWC) videos of the incident. The release of these videos will be separate from the Independent Investigation Team’s (IIT) investigation.

The Southwest Washington Independent Investigative Response Team (SWIIRT), led by the Vancouver Police Department, is conducting an independent investigation of this incident. The Clark County Sheriff’s Office is not involved in the deputy-involved shooting investigation. CCSO will conduct its administrative investigation/review after the SWIIRT investigation is completed. 

The Critical Incident Video can be viewed on the CCSO Body-Worn Camera Page.

The Sheriff’s Office cannot comment on the video release or the ongoing investigation. The video’s release is meant to provide visual context of the incident, as CCSO understands it to have occurred, according to the BWC video. The video does not encompass the complete context of all recordings captured by all four body cameras.

Please be aware that the video contains graphic imagery and viewer discretion is strongly advised.

Information provided by the Clark County Sheriff’s Office.


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