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Category Archives: Press Release

MCSO 2018 Budget Narrative sent to BOCC

To:       Mason County Board of County Commissioners  From:    Sheriff Casey Salisbury Date:   10/13/2017 RE:      2018 Budget Narrative                     2018 Budget Narrative Mason County Sheriff’s Office Mission Statement “The Mason County Sheriff’s Office will be leaders in our community by providing the best law enforcement services possible.” Background and Recommendation             On September 26, 2017, […]

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Jail Population Cap Justification and Explanation

The jail has 74 general population male inmate beds and 20 female beds for a total of 94. This does not include the 18 beds for the Alternative Sentencing program. The jail was originally built and designed for 48 prisoners. Throughout the years, additional bunks were added and remodels occurred resulting in the current bed […]

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Chief Ehrich Receives “Professional Finance Officer Award”……Again!

Mason County Sheriff Casey Salisbury and all his staff wish to congratulate Chief Theresia Ehrich for earning the "Professional Finance Officer Award" for the State of Washington from the Washington Finance Officers Association.  According to the letter sent to the BOCC on July 5, 2017, "This annual award requires ongoing educational and professional excellence on […]

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Responsible LE Strategies to Budget Cuts in Mason County

Sheriff Salisbury would like to update our citizens on the 2017 budget crisis in Mason County and how it will affect the Sheriff’s Office and public safety here at home. To recap what has happened to this point: June 27, 2017 – BOCC publishes 2017 Budget Reductions June 28, 2017 – Budget Reductions are emailed […]

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BOCC Cuts Deep Into Public Safety

Sheriff Salisbury would again like to thank our community for expressing its support and concerns about public safety.   The sheriff's office had worked to cut over $717,000 from our budget that would not have resulted in a reduction in personnel from currently filled positions. In spite of your clear message to the BOCC that public safety […]

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Cuts to Public Safety Not Necessary

On July 10, 2017, in an open meeting about the 2018 budget instructions, Commissioner Neatherlin suggested that Sheriff Salisbury is able to choose where he makes budget cuts and that there is no need to cut deputies’ positions.  What Commissioner Neatherlin did not mention is that: The commission only provided the MCSO with 10 working […]

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Sheriff’s Office Needs Your Help

Sheriff Salisbury and the MCSO need your help!  If you think public safety should be a priority in Mason County, please plan to attend the very important upcoming commission meetings to express your concerns. Tuesday, July 11th at 9:00am: If you are willing to express your concerns about the drastic cuts to public safety, you […]

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BOCC Directed Budget Reductions

Mason County Board of County Commissioners levies cuts that greatly diminish our ability to provide public safety to Mason County residents. The cost of law enforcement in the 21st century is high and continues to increase year-after-year.  Training mandates, liability, and attacks on law enforcement continue to increase.  The sheriff is required to manage the […]

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SHERIFF ISSUES SCAM ALERT FOR MASON COUNTY AREA

Mason County Sheriff’s Office is investigating two styles of scams currently affecting Mason County-area residents. Both methods are designed to frighten or intimidate the victim into purchasing pre-paid cards or using wire transfers to send money to the scammer.   One method is the kidnapping scam. Mason and Thurston County-area residents are receiving calls from […]

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SHERIFF SEEKS PUBLIC’S HELP WITH HOME INTRUDER CASE – PHOTOS ATTACHED

  Mason County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying possible additional victims in the Home Intruder case. Attached are three photos depicting the feet and bedding of possible additional victims. If you believe you know the subject of one of these photos, please contact Detective Liles of the Mason County Sheriff’s Office […]

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