Sheriff Doug Ulmer Shares Promotions and Additions to the Idaho County Sheriff’s Office
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Sheriff Doug Ulmer Shares Promotions and Additions to the Idaho County Sheriff’s Office

Idaho County Sheriff's Office

Sheriff Doug Ulmer would like to share the following promotions and additions to the Idaho County Sheriff’s Office:

Communications Officer Jayda Vincent

The Idaho County Sheriff’s Office is pleased to present their newest communications officer, Jayda Vincent. Jayda graduated from Kamiah High School in 2020. Prior to starting with Idaho County, Jayda worked for the Hearthstone Bakery for 2 years. Jayda brings enthusiasm and a bright personality to Idaho County and we are excited for what the future will hold with her on our team. Welcome Jayda!


K9 McLintock

McLintock or “Mic” is a 2-year-old German Shepherd handled by Sergeant Mike Chlebowski. Mic is Sergeant Chlebowski’s 4th police canine. In mid-June, Mic was donated by Freiheit Kennels, owned by Deana and Lindsey Rowe. Mic was certified in narcotics detection on January 28, 2021, by Keith Hutchison in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Special thanks to Lewis County Sheriff Jason Davis for his guidance in Mic’s training, as he generously donated his time during the 2020 Canine School.


Jail Lieutenant Tracy Forsgren

Tracy Forsgren has been promoted to Jail Lieutenant. Tracy was born in Idaho and graduated from Melba High School. Tracy began his career in the jail in Valley County and worked there for 14 years, working his way up to the rank of Corporal. He then moved to Grangeville to be closer to family and has worked for the past 3 years for Idaho County.


Deputy Tyee Graham

Tyee Graham comes to the Idaho County Sheriff’s Office from the Owyhee County Sheriff’s Office, where he was a deputy for 3 years. He will be working patrol in the Kooskia area. Tyee was a volunteer fireman for 10 years for the Grand View Rural Fire Protection District. Before he worked in law enforcement, he worked for a drilling company.

Driver’s License/Civil/Records Supervisor Christy Raup

Christy Raup has been promoted to supervisor of Driver’s License/Civil/Records. Christy worked for Idaho County as a dispatcher for 4 years, then moved to Lewis County and worked there for 7 years, before returning to Idaho County in 2009. Christy is a great asset and has worked in many areas including dispatch, driver’s license, civil, evidence and records.

Driver’s License/Civil Clerk Sarah Ogletree

Sarah Ogletree has been hired as a new driver’s license/civil clerk. She moved to Idaho County 2 years ago from the Magic Valley area. Sarah has been in the customer service industry for over 25 years. Sarah is excited for this new career opportunity and she looks forward to meeting the citizens of Idaho County.

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