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Clausen Takes Over as Commander of Marion County Sheriff’s Office Parole and Probation DivisionSalem-News.com
The division is comprised of nearly 70 staff, 42 of which are Parole and Probation Deputies who supervise more than 4,100 offenders in Marion County.
(SALEM) - Troy Clausen has been sworn in as the new Commander of the Marion County Sheriff’s Office Parole and Probation Division.
Commander Clausen graduated from Western Oregon University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Law Enforcement.
He began his career in law enforcement when he joined the Independence Police Department in 1991.
While with that agency, he worked patrol and as a School Resource Officer.
In 1997 he joined the Marion County Sheriff’s Office.
He has held many positions with the agency including Patrol Deputy, School Resource Officer, Sergeant, Patrol and Administrative Lieutenant and has been a member of the Marion County SWAT team.
He has worked on several committees at the county and state level and most recently has served as the Vice President of the Oregon State Sheriff’s Association Command Council.
Troy lives in Salem with his wife and three children and is very involved in his church community.
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