- Law enforcement on a county level, ensuring that all local, state, and federal laws are followed.
- Patrol assigned area and watch for suspicious activity.
- Arrest people for suspected crimes, including burglary, theft, drugs, larceny, homicide, and sexual crimes.
- Solve emergency and routine incidents.
- Conduct preliminary and follow-up investigations.
- Gather and bag evidence at crime scenes.
- Patrol buildings and ensure they are secure.
- Prepare reports on civic needs.
- Apprehend suspects who flee.
- Search vehicles for drugs or paraphernalia.
- Perform sobriety tests on those suspect of driving under the influence.
- Basic SWAT School Oct 2015
- Advanced Roadside Impaired Driving Enforcement Jan 2016
- Pull over speeding vehicles and issue citations.
- Interview victims and complainants.
- Prepare and testify for court.
- Serve Civil and Criminal Summons.
- Process Crime scenes
- Write citations for misdemeanor traffic offenses.
- Answer calls for service.
- Process DWI’s
- To interact with the public to keep the citizens safe and to bolster a sense of confidence in the safety of the community.
- Write detailed reports pertaining to interactions with public.
- to investigate crimes and take detailed notes in order for supervisors to determine a course of action.
- Prepare reports of arrests and file paperwork.