A Deputy Sheriff is responsible for the general law enforcement work required by the Office of the Sheriff. This law enforcement work includes keeping the peace, serving the public, protecting the lives, rights and property of all those within the County of Caswell. A Deputy Sheriff’s duties include taking calls from the public, serving the public, investigating complaints and criminal activity, traffic enforcement, serving civil and criminal process as well as other papers as required by the courts, developing suspects, arresting perpetrators, providing security for the courts, transporting prisoners, and any other special assignments upon request. A Deputy Sheriff is expected to exercise good, sound judgment, make decisions in both normal and emergency situations and use discretion while carrying out the details of each task. Work is performed under the direct supervision of the assigned Sergeant. The applicant must be willing to work 12-hour rotating shifts which includes holidays and weekends.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Physical ability to meet and cope with all demands of law enforcement training and work. Ability to learn and maintain a working knowledge of modern law enforcement practices and procedures. Ability to obtain a working knowledge of federal, state and local laws. Ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with other employees, officials, and the general public. Ability to learn new procedures. Ability to qualify and re-qualify with all mandated Office weapons in accordance with State laws as well as the policies and procedures of the Office of the Sheriff. Ability to get along with co-workers, the public and others. Ability to follow directions, learn policies and procedures as well as act independently, using sound judgment in both normal and emergency situations. Ability to maintain full law enforcement certification. Reserve Deputy Reserve deputies are sworn, certified law enforcement officers, who work with the Sheriff’s Office. They are required to work at least 8 hours a month. Currently we have 10 reserve deputies. These deputies look and perform the same as the fulltime patrol units and fill in for or add to the patrol deputies as needed. They are required to pass all requirements as a full time officer including Basic Law Enforcement Training through the North Carolina Justice Standards Commission.
Deputy Sheriff Responsibilities
If you are interested in becoming a Caswell County Deputy Sheriff or would like more information about a position within the department, please contact:  Captain Michael Adkins
(336) 694-9311
Caswell County Sheriff’s Office 231 County Park Rd Yanceyville, NC 27379 (336) 694-9311
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