Officer Mulligan! is coming, SPONSORS and GOLFERS WANTED



The fourth annual Officer Mulligan! Charity Golf Tournament will be on Friday, July 27, 2018 with a 7:30 am shotgun start.

Stonecreek Golf Course will be our gracious hosts once again!

Stone Creek




Our Presenting Sponsor for 2018 will be Director’s Mortgage

Many sponsorship opportunities are still available! Please Email or call the Clackamas County Peace Officer’s Benevolent Foundation (see below)

Please visit our Event Page for all details, on-line or mail-in registration information. EVERYONE is WELCOME!



If you have any questions, please email or call (971) 678-6055.


Candlelighters Presents Gift to CCPOBF

Today at our monthly board meeting, representatives from Candlelighters For Children With Cancer presented the CCPOBF with a beautiful framed rider jersey and photograph from the 2017 Ride for a Child Team, as a thank you for being a bronze sponsor 3 years running. Jakob (name on jersey) was one of the honored children, and is from Clackamas County. Thank you Candlelighters! We are proud to support this terrific cause. Check out the ride recap:…/events/superhero-5k-1

CCPOBF Partners with EFT Corporation for Online Giving Page

The Clackamas County Peace Officers’ Benevolent Foundation has added an online Charitable Giving Page for added convenience to its donors. The online giving form can be found on the website DONATION page, and can also be linked below:


Before you enter any information into the online giving form, please review the CCPOBF Privacy Policy and Notice to Donors document.

By clicking on this link:  click here to give, you agree that you have read and understood the above Privacy Policy and Notice.

Please note!  The Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charitable non-profit organization and all donations are tax deductible.

Clackamas County Fallen Officer Memorial Plaza Update

On Wednesday May 10th, the mostly completed LEO Memorial Plaza was unveiled during the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office annual memorial ceremony at the Brooks Station in Clackamas. Survivors of several honored law enforcement officers and deputies attended the event.

I you have not already seen the new memorial plaza, stop by and check it out. It is located adjacent to the front entrance of the Sheriff’s Office Brooks Station, 9101 SE Sunnybrook Blvd., Clackamas, OR 97015. The plaza is expected to be completed later this year with the delivery of two bronze life-size honor guard statues which are currently undergoing a design update.


Officer George J. Hanlon
Oregon City Police Department
Killed in the line of duty: April 23, 1906

Sheriff John R. Shaver
Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office
Killed in the Line of Duty: April 30, 1906

Sergeant James H. Worell
Milwaukie Police Department
Died in the line of Duty: December 31, 1953

Deputy Jimmy Lee Shoop
Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office
Killed in the Line of Duty: November 7, 1981

Deputy William Douglas Bowman
Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office
Killed in the Line of Duty: September 12, 2000

Chief Daniel K. Duncan
Lake Oswego Police Department
Died in the Line of Duty: May 20, 2010

Officer Robert A. Libke
Oregon City Police Department
Killed in the Line of Duty: November 4, 2013


The Officer Mulligan! 2017 Charity Golf Tournament is Friday, July 28, 2017 at the Stone Creek Golf Club.

Golfer registration forms and information on sponsorship opportunities are available at the Officer Mulligan! link below:


Special UPDATE on Cops Running Cone!

B&R Logo

Last week, the Gladstone Baskin & Robbins (located at 19510 SE McLoughlin Blvd) awarded a check to the CCPOBF Shop with a Cop! fund for $1300. That is enough for another 13 kids to go Shop with a Cop! on December 10th, thanks to the donations that were raised in their store throughout the month of September during “Cops Running Cone!”


For more information about the Clackamas County Peace Officer’s Benevolent Foundation Shop with a Cop! event coming on December 10th, please visit our web page at /Christmas-shop-with-a-cop.


Providing charitable assistance to the Law Enforcement community and citizens of Clackmas County