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"Committed To Your Safety"

The Skagit County Sheriff's Office is committed to the safety of the citizens we serve,
visitors to our community and our employees.
Professionalism, enthusiasm and integrity shall be our guiding principles in accomplishing this mission.

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Registered Sex Offenders

Registered Sex Offender Map

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Concealed Pistol License

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Do you have what it takes to serve with the Skagit County Sheriff's Office?


What is the county noise ordinance?

Is there a leash law in the county?

How do I get a copy of a police report?

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SCAM ALERT: Skagit County Sherriff’s office is aware of a scam circulating where someone posing as a Sherriff’s deputy calls demanding money. The Skagit Sherriff’s Office will never make phone calls to our citizens demanding they send in money. Even if a current employee’s name is being used it is a phone scam. If you receive a call like this, please hang up and call the non-emergent line at 360 428-3211 and ask to speak to a deputy to report the call.

Need to report unemployment fraud?
Use our online form.


Due to the recent cases of the COVID-19 virus, Skagit County Commissioners have issued an emergency resolution and the Governor has provided multiple proclamations limiting gatherings.  To best comply with these proclamations, the reception area of the Skagit County Sheriff is only open to the public Mondays from  8:30 AM to Noon.  The Skagit County Sheriff’s Office is available by phone at 360-416-1911. Dial 911 for any emergency situation. Online reporting and common forms are available on our website.

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Sheriff Don McDermott

2020 Annual Report

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