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Okanogan County Marine Patrol





The Okanogan County Marine Patrol is responsible for patrolling the lakes and waterways, enforcing boating statues, providing public relations education. Marine Patrol deputies are trained through a program instituted by Washington State Parks and subsequently on water patrols are conducted near Washington State Parks locations, as well as other parks and campgrounds where people recreate. Watercraft are also used to support border security on Lake Osoyoos in conjunction with US Border Patrol. The primary goal of the Sheriff’s Office Marine Patrol is to ensure the safe usage and enjoyment of waterways in Okanogan County by educating adults and children, to the importance of safe boating habits and general water safety.

Marine Patrol Coordinator
Deputy Dave Yarnell




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If you have an emergency or need a deputy to respond, call 911
To file a report over the phone, call the Dispatch Center, (509) 422-7232.
Other business call (509) 422-7200 to be directed to the correct location.
Okanogan County Sheriff's Office
123 5th Ave
Okanogan WA, 98840

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