Byron M. Trapp
Lane County Sheriff

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Vicki Slater


125 E. 8th Avenue
Eugene, OR 97401


To conserve the peace.


Committed to justice and integrity.

Sworn to protect the citizens of Lane County.

Honored to serve.

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Lane County Sheriff's Office 

:  To conserve the peace.

The Lane County Sheriff’s Office provides correctional services including a jail that houses 256  local offenders, a 39-bed Community Corrections Center (work-release), and out-of-custody programs such as Community Service and Sheriff's Work Crew. We provide 20 hours a day patrol of urban, suburban and rural areas, including timberlands, waterways, and coastal dune areas.  The Sheriff's Office conducts criminal investigations, maintains evidence and property storage, has an extensive criminal justice Records section, and operates a 24/7 Dispatch Center. Court security, offender transport, process services (criminal and civil), emergency management, and search and rescue functions round out the service the office delivers.

Lane County covers over 4,600 square miles, and is nearly the size of the state of Connecticut. Over 200 staff, along with many volunteers, support these services and utilize land, marine, air and other assets to maximize our response capability.  

The Sheriff's Office, committed to justice and integrity, is sworn to protect and honored to serve the citizens of Lane County.

Thank you for your confidence in us. 


Local Option Levy Tax Fund Audit for Year Ending 6/30/15

Local Option Levy Tax Fund Audit for Year Ending 6/30/14

Crime Mapping/ Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) public log!

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Click HERE to view some helpful hints on using the CAD log.


Effective August 1, 2015, anyone applying for a CHL is required to make an appointment. As a courtesy, the Sheriff’s Office provides walk-in service to new applicants on Wednesdays only, using a take-a-number system. CHL renewals can make an appointment or walk in during any of our open hours Monday through Friday using the take-a-number system. Those taking advantage of the walk-in service may encounter wait times of several hours. Depending on the number of citizens waiting, we may stop issuing numbers prior to closing. The Lane County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO) has discontinued mailing renewal notices for concealed handgun license holders. 


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No Cost Home Security/Safety Evaluations are now Available –
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