Printed on May 22, 2013 @ 8:15 AM
The Oregon District Attorney’s Association has received a grant to fund an Animal Cruelty Deputy District Attorney who will serve as the state’s resident expert by representing the State of Oregon in all types of animal cruelty cases throughout the state. Extensive travel will be required (travel costs will be reimbursed). This is a contract position with a large volume of work and extensive experience is required. The contract will be managed by the Benton County District Attorney’s Office and additional information and how to be considered can be found here.
Any questions pertaining to the RFP must be submitted via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. All questions and responses will be posted here.
John M. Haroldson was appointed Benton County District Attorney February 2007 by Governor Ted Kulongoski.
Prior to his appointment, he served as Benton County's Chief Deputy District Attorney, a position he held since 2002.
Haroldson began his prosecution career in 1988 as an intern-prosecutor for the City of Albany and later as a Linn County Deputy District Attorney.
We will make Benton County a safe and just place to live and work.
By fairly, effectively and efficiently enforcing the law we will:
Integrity is the bedrock upon which all our actions must be anchored. We will respect and obey the law and the lawyer's Code of Professional Responsibility. We will be honest with ourselves, our colleagues, and the public. We will act with honor.
We respect the right of all people to fair and equitable treatment under the law. We will enforce that right.
We serve the people. We will do so efficiently and courteously.
We are a team. We will support and encourage each other as we work toward the accomplishment of our mission and the achievement of our vision.
We will seek to continuously improve the fairness, efficiency, and effectiveness of our office and the justice system we serve.
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1 to 5 p.m.
DA's Office Mission:
By fairly, effectively and efficiently enforcing the law the Benton County District Attorney's office will protect the public from crime, safeguard children from abuse and neglect, enforce the right of children and families to receive child support, assist and advise crime victims, and foster respect for the rule of law.