|Posted on June 22, 2017 at 7:00 PM|
FBI ACADEMY GRAD...
NOW HIGH LEVEL IN PORTTTTLAND...
Good on ya Chief - - -
Update (11/16/16 1:45 p.m.) — Days after NBC5 News told you Jackson County Sheriff Corey Falls might be leaving the county, it’s official. Falls is joining the Gresham Police Department as Director of Police Services and 21st Century Policing.
In a press release from the City of Gresham, Falls said, “I’m extremely excited to join the team and take part in this innovative approach to policing the City of Gresham is implementing. I look forward to working with Chief Sells and City leadership to continue the great service the City provides.”
Sheriff Falls confirmed to NBC5 News over the phone that he is accepting the Gresham position. He declined an on-camera interview request.
In a media release, Falls wrote in part, “As a kid who grew up in Jackson County this decision has weighed heavily on me but it is the best decision for my family. I want to thank the citizens of Jackson County for allowing me to serve as your Sheriff over the past two years. I also want to thank all the men and women at the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office. They have been open and receptive to the many improved professional changes we have made. It has been a pleasure working with them.”
And ole CW Smith still tried to interfere with Sheriff Falls, showing up uninvited at the office... almost as bad and outrageous, as Daniel Jordan calling the Nate Sickler Sheriff Office about Mahar...and his desbicable behavior.
Seriously. Get over yourselves. Grow up before you are totally grown old.
Hyatt Lake grown dry... True lore of Dead Indian road upon them all. Watch & See.
this way to jail kiddie porn perp... Auchincloss...
not so funny now.
Former sheriff calls Winters' retirement decision 'very wise ...
A former Jackson County sheriff called the decision of current Sheriff Mike Winters to retire "very ... out for him," Rachor said.
- 5 years after taking office...Dave Lewis murdered & burned. Ever hear about that?
After serving less than half of his four-year term as Jackson County Sheriff, Corey Falls has announced his plans to resign at the end of the year.
Falls is leaving to take a high-level position with the police department in Gresham, an eastern suburb of Portland. According to a release from the city, Falls will be Director of Police Services and 21st Century Policing. He’ll be working on data-driven approaches to policing and expanding community outreach.
Falls didn’t immediately return a call for comment, but in a release from the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office, he said he’s excited to be taking park in what he calls “an innovative approach to law enforcement.”
Falls was elected sheriff just two years ago, defeating three-term incumbent Mike Winters. He’s credited with bringing a more modern approach to the Sheriff’s Office. "
Murder tape at the Dave Lewis crime scene. What if Falls had been sheriff instead?