Detention Deputy Positions
Reserve Deputy Program
Patrol Deputy Positions
Patrol deputy applicants who are
POST certified and have two years of field experience as a certified
Peace Officer may apply as a lateral transfer.
||Associates degree in Police Science or basic training
certificate from Police Academy.
$14.82 per hour
Performs professional law enforcement duties related to
coordinating and directing functions of the Sheriff's
Office. As a law enforcement officer, the fundamental duty
is to serve the community, to safeguard lives and property
and to respect the Constitutional rights of all.
Must be able to communicate and work effectively with
elected officials, other employees, judges, prosecuting and
defense attorneys, various law enforcement and emergency
response agencies and the general public. Must be able to
maintain composure and professionalism in tense and
potentially dangerous situations and insure the safety of
fellow officers, suspects and bystanders.
- Take-home patrol cars
- Ten county-paid holidays per year
- Vacation and sick leave
- PERSI retirement program
- Medical, dental and vision insurance with premium
paid by the county (family and/or individual coverage)
- Application review
- Physical agility test
- Written exam
- Background investigation
- Psychological evaluation
- Medical exam