The administrative staff is comprised of both sworn and civilian personnel, responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Sheriff's Office.
DUTIES OF THE ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION:
Accreditation & Professional Standards
Coordinating all special assignment activities for patrol personnel
Implementation and revisions of departmental policies
Overseeing the testing and hiring process for deputies, communications officers, and office staff
Overseeing all general office functions
Researching and applying for grants
Scheduling training for all Sheriff's Office personnel
ACCREDITATION & PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS
The Accreditation section is responsible for achieving and maintaining state law enforcement accreditation and developing and updating agency policies and procedures.
The Property/Evidence section provides support to the overall law enforcement mission by maintaining the custody of evidence and ensuring the accountability, availability, and readiness of agency equipment.
We believe that well-trained law enforcement professionals will have the most favorable impact on the communities they serve, will be respected by their peers, and will be emulated by other law enforcement agencies. To achieve this objective, we strive to provide ongoing and specialized training for our employees by utilizing the latest in technology, research, and development.
The Sheriff’s Office Public Information Officer (PIO) is responsible for coordinating the response to all media-related inquiries and to prepare press releases for the Sheriff's Office.