TYPICAL EXAMPLES OF WORK: (An employee in this classification may be called upon to perform the following tasks which are illustrative and not exhaustive in nature.)
Plans, directs, coordinates, manages and supervises the activities and personnel in the Sheriff’s office.
Inspects the work of command staff and other subordinates by personal observation in the field and through written and oral reports.
Keeps command staff and other subordinate personnel informed of new laws, court decisions, policies and police corrections problems.
Reviews and analyzes work and crime statistics to ensure efficient allocation of personnel.
Prepares and supervises the preparation of necessary records and reports relating to activities and reviews reports prepared and submitted by subordinates.
Implements, coordinates and supervises crime prevention programs which are presented to the community as a means of educating citizens.
Analyzes current criminal activities in the County.
Reviews invoices and purchase orders for correctness and completeness.
Assists in preparation of budget.
Requisitions supplies and equipment.
Assigns cases for investigation and advises and assists investigators in handling cases.
Promotes good relations and cooperation and exchange of information with various County, city and state agencies and other police departments.
Shows leadership in law enforcement and corrections duties.
Evaluates command staff on their performance, attitudes, morale and leadership abilities.
Provides counseling and guidance to command staff and subordinates.
Personally handles difficult problems that arise.