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Responsibilities & Services
Asset Management Section
Here you can browse more information on the Asset Management Section, including the business office, supply operations, the print shop, grants, and fleet maintenance.
Emergency Management and Preparedness employs experts in disaster preparedness, including wildfire.
Informational Services Section
Find more information on dispatch, information technology, records, and radio maintenance.
The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office Mounted Patrol is a small group of reserve deputies who work with their own horses at a variety of events throughout the county.
Recruitment & Training
The Training Unit provides two or more state-certified law enforcement basic training academies a year as well as manages dispatch academies and annual in-service training to all sworn and civilian personnel.
Research & Planning
Research and development includes the collection and maintenance of data and statistical information for the purposes of planning and developing long and short term goals and programs within the Sheriff's Office, and includes the distribution of relevant reports and statistical data to affected components.
Assigned in non-sworn, civilian capacities throughout the Sheriff's Office, volunteers supplement the delivery of services while enhancing the relationship of the Sheriff's Office with the community.
Judicial Services Court Security Unit More than 20 deputies ensure the security of the county government center. Their duties include making in-court arrests pursuant to judges' orders, confiscating weapons and otherwise securing the courtroom areas and escorting defendants and witnesses in high-profile cases. The court security unit also has a K-9 team specializing in explosive detection. Civil Unit The Civil Unit is responsible for service and execution of civil processes in Jefferson County, as directed by the courts. The six-person unit serves papers, such as eviction notices, temporary restraining orders and summonses for appearance in small claims court. The Unit serves approximately 10,000 papers per year.