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  Sheriff's Office
Sheriff Kight was elected Sheriff in 1986,1990, 1994, and 1998.
The mission of the Sheriff’s Office is to serve the Circuit and District Courts in the conduct of judicial affairs and provide various law enforcement functions as mandated by statutory and common law; and various discretionary duties as requested by county officials.
The Sheriff is responsible for transporting and guarding prisoners between the Montgomery County Detention Center (MCDC) and the various court holding facilities, as well as to and from health care facilities.
www.montgomerycountymd.gov /mc/judicial/sheriff/sheriff.html   (1067 words)

  Sheriff - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In California, the sheriff's department of each county polices those areas of the county that are not lying within the jurisdiction of a police department (e.g., incorporated cities).
Sheriffs in Kentucky are elected for four year terms and are the chief law enforcement officer in their respective counties.
Sheriff's offices may primarily patrol areas of their county without municipal police services, however they are free to patrol anywhere in their county, including cities, villages and charter townships that have their own police services.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Sheriff   (4229 words)

 Madison County Sheriffs Department   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Robert J. Hertz was sworn in as the Sheriff of Madison County on December 2, 2002.
Sheriff Hertz is a 1983 graduate from the F.B.I. National Academy in Washington, D.C. and a past Deputy Commander with the Major Case Squad of Greater St. Louis.
The Sheriff is the chief law enforcement officer for the County and serves as the acting officer of the Circuit Court, director of safety and administrator of the County Jail.
www.co.madison.il.us /Sheriff/Sheriff.htm   (401 words)

Sheriff Doug Koford is pleased to make this web site available to the users of the Internet.
The Napa County Sheriff's Department started in the 1850's shortly after California was established as a state.
The new Sheriff's Department is a state of the art facility located near the Napa County Airport at 1535 Airport Blvd. There are several substations in various locations throughout the County including the City of Napa, Yountville, St. Helena, Lake Berryessa and Angwin.
www.co.napa.ca.us /Gov/Departments/DeptDefault.asp?DID=23500   (274 words)

 Sheriff Info - Encyclopedia WikiWhat.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In the United States a sheriff is generally the highest elected law-enforcement officer of a county.
All law-enforcement officers working for the agency headed by a sheriff are called deputy sheriffs (in common usage often shortened to deputy) and are so called because they are deputized by the sheriff to perform the same duties as him or her.
The sheriff also often conducts auction sales of real property in foreclosure in many jurisdictions, and is often also empowered to conduct seizures of chattel property that is being seized to satisfy a judgment.
wikiwhat.com /encyclopedia/s/sh/sheriff.html   (404 words)

Sheriff Maha is a 1972 graduate of the 91st session of the F.B.I. National Academy in Quantico, Virginia.
Sheriff Maha is a member of the Genesee County Magistrates' and Peace Officers Association; the National Sheriffs' Association; the F.B.I. National Academy Associates; the F.B.I. Law Enforcement Executive Development Association; the American Correctional Association and serves on numerous local boards and committees.
Sheriff Maha, and is wife, Susan, have two daughters, Kelly and Catharine, and reside in the City of Batavia, New York.
www.co.genesee.ny.us /dpt/sheriff   (819 words)

 Sheriff   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Malheur County Sheriff's Office is located next to the county courthouse in the jail facility.
The sheriff is not appointed by a government body, but is elected by the people and is responsible to the people and not subordinate to county administrators or other elected officials.
Today's sheriffs are responsible for protecting human life, the public peace and order, the protection of the rights of individuals and their property, the prevention of crime and the enforcement of laws without discrimination.
www.malheurco.org /CountyDep/Sheriff.html   (758 words)

 Mendocino County - County Sheriff - Mendocino County Sheriff
The Sheriff is the chief law enforcement officer of the county.
The Sheriff is generally charged with preserving the peace, enforcing criminal statutes, and investigating known or suspected criminal activity.
The Sheriff is specifically charged by statute with the duty to attend all superior courts within the county, the duty to operate the county jail, and the duty to serve various forms of civil process.
www.co.mendocino.ca.us /sheriff   (365 words)

 Clear Creek County, Colorado - Sheriff's Office
Sheriff Don Krueger is one of only nine current Colorado Sheriff’s to have been invited to attend this academy.
Sheriff Krueger was instrumental in the creation of a Clear Creek County ‘Emergency Services’ district, which evolved into the Clear Creek Fire Authority.
The Clear Creek County Victim’s Advocate facilities are also located within the Sheriff’s Office, providing victims with a secure environment while dealing with their crisis, as well as providing a safe place for the advocates to assist the victims, and creating a closer rapport between the deputies and the advocates.
www.co.clear-creek.co.us /Depts/Sheriff/so_office.htm   (403 words)

 Home Page for Hamilton County Sheriff's Office   (Site not responding. Last check: )
was appointed Sheriff of Hamilton County, Ohio in 1987.
Sheriff Leis has been affectionately called "The Great Three-in-One of the Justice System" because of his accomplishments, serving as Prosecutor, Judge, and Sheriff of Hamilton County during his prestigious career.
Sheriff Leis has served the citizens of Hamilton County in one capacity or another since 1961.
www.hcso.org /?NavBar=14   (236 words)

 Centre County Sheriff
The Sheriff is the Highest Ranking Law Enforcement officer in the county.
The office of Sheriff is mandated by the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
Sheriff's Deputies transports prisoners to and from various State and County prisons across the Commonwealth for court proceedings.
county.centreconnect.org /211.htm   (392 words)

The Benton County Sheriff's Office is dedicated to providing non-discriminatory, effective and efficient law enforcement service in protecting the life and property of the citizens of Benton County and to ensure that the constitutional rights of all persons are protected.
The sheriff's office is comprised of 204 civil service positions; seven staff positions and 17 volunteer reserve deputies.
The sheriff's office is staffed with specially trained members of the community as unpaid reserve deputies.
www.co.benton.wa.us /html/sheriff.htm   (1871 words)

 The Ultimate Brisco County, Jr. Guidebook
Sheriff Viva says its from a time that a wagon jumping contest got out of hand.
He is the mentor of current sheriff, Aaron Viva whom he betrays for Hondo.
Sheriff Aaron Viva - The Sheriff of Hard Rock and a heck of an Elvis impersonator.
www.theoasis.com /brisco/encyclopedia/encyclopedia.php   (5383 words)

Although the Sheriff's Department is a member of the law enforcement community, its functions and responsibilities differ from those of the local police department with which most of us are familiar.
A large responsibility of the Sheriff's Department is enforcing court orders, many of which relate to collecting judgments on behalf of a plaintiff.
The Sheriff's Office is responsible for insuring that all school-age children are fingerprinted.
www.co.middlesex.nj.us /sheriff/index.asp   (364 words)

 Boulder County Sheriff's Office | Joe Pelle Sheriff
The Boulder County Sheriff's Office is charged with meeting the diverse public safety needs of the nearly 294,045 (2005) residents of the County.
The Sheriff maintains the County Jail, coordinates search and rescue efforts, handles civil process and evictions, provides animal control services, responds to hazardous materials events, oversees the operation of a cooperative, county-wide radio and telecommunications center, and provides public safety services to the nearly 57,000 residents of unincorporated Boulder County.
Meeting these needs are Sheriff Joe Pelle and the approximately 350 deputies and employees, and over 200 volunteers of the Boulder County Sheriff's Office.
www.co.boulder.co.us /sheriff   (456 words)

 Montgomery County Sheriff's Office   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Office of Sheriff in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is authorized and established by the Constitution of 1784 and the current revisions under which our State Government now operates.
This Constitution provides that a Sheriff shall be elected in each county for a four year term, and that his powers, duties and compensation be prescribed by law.
The Sheriff is called upon during riots, prison breaches, strikes and other emergencies which are or may be a breach of the peace.
www.montcopa.org /countyoffices/Sheriff   (267 words)

 Lucas County Sheriff
This allows the Sheriff, his record, and the way in which he operates his Office to be accountable to the citizens and the voters of the county in which he serves.
Therefore, as Sheriff of Lucas County, I have a vast amount of responsibility to the citizens I serve.
The Lucas County Sheriff’s Office, in conjunction with the Ohio Attorney General, is taking part in a pilot program which allows the citizens of Lucas County to be notified of a sex offender living within 1,200 feet of their residence.
www.co.lucas.oh.us /Sheriff   (1206 words)

Sheriff J. Whitt would like to take this opportunity to invite you to have a look into our office and what it has to offer the community.
Through its appointed personnel, the Office of the Sheriff will provide uniformed patrols, investigations of motor vehicle accidents, criminal investigations, civil process, corrections, courtroom security, and services to provide for the protection of life, liberty, and property as needed by the citizen’s of Montgomery County.
Through a partnership with our community, we the members, of the Sheriff"s Office, promise to provide all citizens with the highest degree of protection and develop community responsibility directed at reducing crime and enhancing safety through problem solving tactics and community policing where crime cannot flourish.
www.montva.com /departments/sheriff   (215 words)

 sheriff - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about sheriff
The sheriff, who is appointed annually by royal patent, and is chosen from the leading landowners, acts as returning officer for parliamentary elections, and attends the judges on circuit.
The City of London has two sheriffs elected by members of the livery companies.
These forests were guarded by the King's Foresters, the chief of whom, in each wood, was no mean man but equal in authority to the Sheriff in his walled town, or even to my lord Bishop in his abbey.
encyclopedia.farlex.com /sheriff   (280 words)

 The County of Santa Clara - Sheriff, Office of the (ELO)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Sheriff Laurie Smith is pleased to make the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office Home Page available to the users of the Internet.
The Sheriff's Office serves the communities of Cupertino, Los Altos Hills, Saratoga and the unincorporated areas of the County.
The Sheriff of Santa Clara County is pleased to announce that currently within the jurisdiction of the Sheriff there are no reported missing persons.
www.sccgov.org /portal/site/sheriff   (298 words)

 Josephine County Online - Sheriff Homepage
Sheriff David H. Daniel began his law enforcement career in 1971 with the Dallas County Sheriff’s Office in
The Josephine County Sheriff's Office is the third Sheriff's Office in the State to receive a Certificate of Accreditation from the Oregon Accreditation Alliance.
The Josephine County Sheriff's Office is the third Sheriff's Office in the State of Oregon to receive a Certificate of Accreditation from the Oregon Accreditation Alliance, which was formed in 2001.
www.co.josephine.or.us /SectionIndex.asp?SectionID=121   (326 words)

 Arlington Virginia Sheriff's Office   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Arlington County Sheriff's Office is a Nationally Accredited Public Safety Agency located in Northern Virginia bordering the Nation's Capitol and serves a population of almost 200,000.
Sheriff Arthur employs approximately 270 sworn and civilian personnel and manages an overall budget of over 20 million dollars.
The Sheriff is an elected state constitutional officer serving a term of 4 years with right to succession.
www.co.arlington.va.us /Departments/Sheriff/SheriffMain.aspx   (142 words)

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