The Thurston County Sheriff’s Jeep Patrol was organized in 1973 as an auxiliary unit of the Sheriff’s Department. It is to provide a trained all-volunteer 4-wheel drive unit in support of the Thurston County Sheriff’s Office during emergencies.
Who are we?
The Thurston County Sheriff’s Jeep Patrol is a well-trained, all-volunteer 501C3 non-profit organization, is committed to saving lives and property by providing four-wheel drive support to Emergency Management Services for search and rescue and natural and man-made disasters in Thurston and adjacent counties.
What’s our mission?
Our mission includes Search and Rescue (SAR) and assisting County Emergency Services in the event of flooding, wind and snowstorms and earthquakes. During inclement weather we provide free transportation for medical personnel and patients.