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Darrin Wallace - Sheriff
Kevin Schrader - Undersheriff
Jason Wecker - Chief Criminal Deputy
Paul Logan - Chief of Special Services
Travis Davis - Chief Corrections Deputy  
Rugena Peterson - Chief of Administrative Services
Mailing Address:
Grays Harbor County Sheriff's Office
100 W Broadway Ave, Suite 3
Montesano, WA 98563  

Sheriff's Office: 

100 W Broadway Ave, Suite 3
Montesano, WA 98563

Civil Division:

 (360) 249-3711
(360) 532-3284
(360) 249-3288 (fax)
(360) 249-3722 (jail fax)
(360) 533-8765 (non-emergency dispatch)

Office Hours:
8:30 am-4:30 pm Monday-Friday
2024 Holiday Closures:

January 1st - New Year's Day
January 15th - Martin Luther King Jr Day
February 19th - Presidents Day
May 27th - Memorial Day
July 4th - Independence Day
September 2nd - Labor Day
November 11th - Veterans Day
November 28th-29th - Thanksgiving
December 24th-25th - Christmas 

Drug Task Force TIP Line:

(360) 500-4141


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Sheriff Darrin Wallace is the county official charged with the administration of the Grays Harbor County Sheriff's Office. State Statute (RCW 36.28.010) states that the Sheriff is "the Chief Executive Officer and conservator of the peace of the county."

The mission of our organization is to consistently contribute to our community’s reputation as a safe place to live, work, play, learn and visit. We accomplish our mission through providing the highest quality of law enforcement, corrections, and support services possible within the resources entrusted to us. We do so with honor and integrity, while at all times conducting ourselves with the highest ethical standards to maintain public confidence.

Grays Harbor County is geographically quite large which presents a challenge for providing uniformed law enforcement services. We have resident deputies who live in outlying areas as well as substations to help us respond more quickly to calls.

The Sheriff's Office provides a number of regular services to the public concerning concealed pistol licensing, forest products hauling permits, questions about criminal laws, the county jail, sex offender registration, etc. If you would like more information about these or any other Sheriff's Office function, please call (360) 249-3711.

The Grays Harbor County Sheriff's Office is comprised of three divisions:  Criminal Division, Corrections Division, and Civil Division.  Each division has an administrative officer in charge who reports to the Undersheriff and then to the Sheriff. To learn more about one of the three divisions, please visit any of the links on the left.


Our agency has been receiving multiple complaints regarding the IRS calling them and telling them they owe money, there's a warrant for their arrest, that they're parked down the street and coming to arrest them, etc. This is a scam!  Never give out personal information over the phone.  If you get a call from someone who says they are from the IRS, please call 1-800-366-4484 which is a legitimate number to report suspicious activity.

We are also receiving complaints from citizens that they are getting calls from someone from the Sheriff's Office saying they need send money or purchase gift cards, etc to take care of a warrant or pay a fine.  The Sheriff's Office will never ask for money or gift cards.  If you ever have a doubt, please call the Sheriff's Office.

To print out a vacation watch form, please click here:  Residence Vacation Watch Form

Drug Task Force (DTF)  Grays Harbor County has a multijurisdictional Drug Task Force that is comprised primarily of officers from the Aberdeen Police Department, Hoquiam Police Department and the Grays Harbor County Sheriff’s Office. 

Washington State Domestic Violence Hotline
If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence, please contact The Washington State Hotline at 1-800-562-6025 or go to

For information on applying for a career with the Sheriff's Department, please go to the Civil Service Commission link under the Departments tab at the top of the page.