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Deputy Sheriff-Lateral and Entry Level

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Deputy Sheriff-Lateral and Entry Level
Job Description
Overall Job Objective
Primary Responsibility
Responsible for the protection of life and property; prevention of crime; apprehension of criminals; and provide enforcement of laws and ordinances. Depending on staffing needs Deputies will be assigned to the Jail Division or the Patrol Division and may be required to serve at least 1 year before becoming eligible to apply for transfer to other assignments.

In 2016, The Adams County Sheriff's Office implemented an Accelerated Deputy Pay Schedule (ADPP) in an effort to attract and retain qualified Deputies. Up to seven FULL years of experience as a full time, POST certified law enforcement experience as a Patrol or Detentions Officer
at another law enforcement agency will be credited to applicants.  Applicants with prior law enforcement experience obtained in positions other than as a Patrol or Detentions Officer will be considered on a case-by-case basis to determine if the experience is relevant to duties performed by a Deputy at the Adams County Sheriff's Office.
Examples of Important and Essential Duties
Examples of Important and Essential Duties of Jail Deputy:
Adhere to policy, procedures, and post orders.
Responsible for the protection of life and property; prevention of crimes; apprehension of criminals.
Duties include but not limited to, answer calls for service; complete appropriate and required paperwork; testify in court; resolve conflict; complete required training; communicate clearly with citizens and other law enforcement professionals; dispense information to those who need it
Prepare variety of reports.
Enforce Federal, State, and Local laws and regulations.
Patrol assigned area to enforce laws, investigate crimes, and arrest violators.
Investigate illegal or suspicious activities or persons, quell disturbances, arrest violators
Conduct preliminary investigation at the scene of a crime, administer first aid, and gather evidence.
Book in new inmates by receiving inmates from various jurisdictions. Prepare Inmates for general housing. Prepare Inmates for release from custody.
Observe Inmate conduct and behavior.
Supervise inmates, escort inmates within detention facility, search inmates and cells for contraband.
Inspect locks, windows, bars, grates, doors, for tampering throughout the facility.
Rotate between module floor and module tower.
Assist in preparing Inmates for In-house Advisals and Court.
Transport Inmates on Medical Runs.
React effectively and safely in emergency and stressful situations.
Participate and complete annual law enforcement driving certification.
Participate and complete 16 hours of annual training in the area of P.P.C.T.  Must be certified every quarter.
Participate in training ( Quarterly Range Qualification, PPCT, Taser, OC Re-Certification)
Perform Deputy Duties at parades, processions, demonstrations, community activities, and sporting events.
Perform other duties that are assigned.
Examples of Important and Essential Duties of Patrol Deputy:
Adhere to policy, procedures, and post orders.
Responsible for the protection of life and property; prevention of crimes; apprehension of criminals.
Duties include but not limited to, answer calls for service; complete appropriate and required paperwork; testify in court; resolve conflict; complete required training; communicate clearly with citizens and other law enforcement professionals; dispense information to those who need it
Prepare variety of reports.
Enforce Federal, State, and Local laws and regulations.
Patrol assigned area to enforce laws, investigate crimes, and arrest violators.
Investigate illegal or suspicious activities or persons, quell disturbances, arrest violators
Conduct preliminary investigation at the scene of a crime, administer first aid, and gather evidence.
Establish traffic control and Deputy protection at incidents that may attract crowds.
Serve civil papers, court documents, and subpoenas
Participate and complete annual law enforcement driving certification.
Participate and complete 16 hours of annual training in the area of P.P.C.T.  Must be certified every quarter.
Participate in training ( Quarterly Range Qualification, PPCT, Taser, OC Re-Certification)
Perform Deputy Duties at parades, processions, demonstrations, community activities, and sporting events.
Check and report on deficient streetlights, signs, road surfaces and other facilities that serve the public
Perform other duties that are assigned
Requirements
To be considered for this position, candidates must meet the following minimum requirements:
-Possess a High School Diploma or GED
-Must currently be P.O.S.T. Certified
-Must be at least 21 years of age
-Possess a valid Colorado Drivers' License
-Must have vision correctable to 20/40
-Must meet criteria established by P.O.S.T. if you are a Non-United States Citizens.  Click here
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Special Requirements
A lengthy testing and background process will be utilized to select the most qualified candidates.

The Testing process includes:
-Written Exam
-Physical Ability Course (PAC) testing
-Physical Fitness Test Battery
-Oral Board Interview
-Skills assessment to determine appropriate job assignment
-Opportunity to obtain additional points in various areas to include education and military service

Please see below for available test dates at this time. Please plan all day as all the following components will need to be completed in one day: Written Exam, Physical Ability Course, Fitness Battery Test, and Oral Boards.

Next Test dates will be in 2018
 
The schedule for the test date is as follows:
  8:00 am - 10:00 am Written Exam
10:30 am - 11:30 am Physical Ability Course
11:45 am - 12:45 am Fitness Battery Test
  2:00 pm -   7:00 pm Oral Boards

A follow up email will be sent to confirm attendance for test date, along with more detailed information.

The Background process may include any/all of the following:
-2 phase psychological evaluation
-Integrity Interview
-CVSA exam (truth verification)
-Physical Exam

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