Washington County Sheriff is in recruiting mode
The Washington County Sheriffs Office is experiencing what is called a "deputy deficit" - a problem being felt nationwide, according to a recent KOIN TV report.
As of the beginning of February, the Sheriffs Office had 14 openings (10 at the jail and 4 for patrol) and about 50 deputies are eligible to retire.
With the economy doing so well, it seems interest in law enforcement has dropped.
Massey said it's not all about the pay though.
She touts Washington County Sheriff's Office as being one of the best cultures to work in.
To watch the first of the three part series on KOIN, click here.