Is a high score in your test the most important during the hiring process for Deputy Sheriff? or there's anything more important than this score? how does it compare to the oral board interview?
Not an investigator a deputy sheriff. I don't classes as long it helps me for college and my job what do you recommend
I am about to take a police exam for a deputy sheriff position. I have been told that over 500 other people have applied for the same position. I have absolutely nothing on my record and an Associates degree in Business with a concentration in criminal justice. The only thing I am worried about is my credit. My credit is very poor and I know some employers check credit. Other than that, how can I possibly compete against 500+ applicants.
Do you still have a good chance to get the job even if you have no experience on this field? What's the weight of the CJBAT score in South Florida when you apply? and besides the score, does a bachelor degree in different major help at all?
I just got laid off my job, and I"m applying for deputy sheriff's. I passed the written/physical test, now I must submitted a personal history statement to my background investigator. I"m just curious, if being unemployed would make me look bad and not get the job, because I know they are strict on a lot of things.
I know a reserve deputy sheriff who conducts pre-remployment background investigations for his civilian job using police databases accessing FBI records. Is this illegal and if so, with whom can I file a complaint?
I understand. But what proof would I have to provide? Is there a record of each access by which they can track his inquiries?
I'm interested in becoming a deputy sheriff. I will be 40 in August. Is this too old? Is it beneficial to go to school first, or go after you get a job in the field? What schools are best to go to if you want credits that are useful elsewhere? What sites are good to look at and who is best to talk to?
Is a sheriff deputy a dangerous job for a woman?
I'm thinking about applying for a job as a Deputy Sheriff. I'm pretty straight now, but many years ago (7+) I did hard drugs (coke, crystal) and got a DUI. Would that neccessarily disqualify me? I'm thinking it probably would, but can someone verify it?
Gotta old F-150 that burns a little oil and one bald tire, but ready to load up and try to make a little money. I just wonder if regular citizens are allowed to apply for work. Nothing in South Carolina, Georgia or Florida. They put ujp "Not Hiring" signs and the deputy sheriffs advise us to move on.
Camping out in America. Thank God, the weather is getting warmer. If the gas prices jump again, we are goners.
The trouble is, I am a deputy sheriff. Will that help or hinder my progress. I really want to be a Grand Wizard - well, it sounds better than deputy doesn't it?
seems like I've let loose a swarm of killer bees
This is a polemic question but a few of you are too thick to know what that means.
It seems like half of you are Klan anyway. If they are so bad why is it still legal to join them -why aren't they a banned organisation? Fear thats why!
Do you have to be a deputy/sheriff or anything before taking the state police exam, and being employed? If not, where can i sign up. If so, still where can i sign up for any police officer exam online. Ik they do them in November so i need to do it soon.
I mean in some states there is bad paid. But in cook county we get paid 45,000 a year as the deputy sheriff. I know that its not alot but its a starting job.
Hello. Just as the title says, I have been asked to resign by a previous employer. During an interview for Deputy Sheriff/Jailer, I was wondering just how big of a red flag that would be. Note, the time I was asked to resign from the job was after I had submitted the paperwork documenting my work experience (which, at the time, I still had the same job). Thanks!
I am currently employed as a sworn deputy sheriff in Colorado and am looking at police jobs in Texas. I need to know if my certification will transfer or do I have to start over.
In cook county how come sheriff's officers have different job titles if they have the same powers of arrest under the law? Just what distinguishes a "Deputy Sheriff" from a "Sheriff's Police Officer?" Please explain this?
To make a long story as short as I can...... My 16 year old son was molested by a deputy Sheriff that my husband worked with. (He also is a deputy.)He was arrested and is serving a small amount of time in jail. The Sheriff called the jail that this deputy was being sent to an asked that Sheriff if he would look after his deputy because he made a little mistake. That is not the only thing that ticked me off. My son has been seing a doctor for seizures that did not appear until this sexual crime happend. Not once has the Sheriff asked me or my husband how we, or my son is doing. But he has came to my husband 3 times and all he has asked is that my son give back a game that the other deputies daughter said he had. (Which he does not have) Isn't this harassment? I am alone on this because my husband will not help me in fear of losing his job, and everyone else is this darn community don't want to help me because it involves the Sheriff. What are my rights? Someone please help me!!!!!
I am applying for the position of Correctional Officer or Deputy Sheriff within San Diego County. I havent used marijuana in 2 years however I have friends and family that have used or do use it still today and I am around it pretty frequently. Will this effect me getting hired or not getting hired?
We have City Police Officers, Deputy Sheriff, State Troopers, State Officers and about 48 Federal Government Officers who all have the powers to make arrest.
Now we all know what a police acadamy is and what work they do.
But the question here is "What makes a person into a POLICE OFFICER?
Truly, some want a bees are truly not cut out for the JOB of a COP. But who is and what do you see that makes a person into a POLICE OFFICER?
What are you looking for in a person that you see them as a POLICE OFFICER.
Correction Officer, Deputy Sheriff, Detention Deputy Sheriff, K-9 Unit or Flight Officer? I'm in the medical field now and have been for 13 years. I want change. I want a challengeing job that fits more of who I am., someone who is tuff, very strong and loves a challenge. I also work very well under pressure.