Special Deputy Division of Ashland County Sheriff's Office has been
serving our community for decades. Special Deputies enjoy the challenges
and excitement offered by Law Enforcement, as well as the satisfaction
of providing a worthwhile community service.
Special Deputy Division is comprised of men and women who work in
a variety of professions. By day, they work in their respective careers.
In their off-hours, they put on the Sheriff's Office uniform, patrol
streets and perform other public safety duties for the community.
Their dedication to the Sheriff's Office and community is often unmatched.
Deputies work in a variety of assignments to include Patrol/Investigations,
Corrections/Inmate Transports, and Courthouse Security. They support
the day to day operations of the Sheriff's Office on a weekly basis.
Special Deputy is an employee of the Sheriff's Office who works at
the sole discretion of the Sheriff. Special Deputies are uniformed,
weapons-carrying, with full arrest authority. These Deputies receive
the same intensive training as full-time deputies. They are governed
by the same policies and procedures that govern full-time Deputies.
Special Deputies include a blend of paid/unpaid positions, which will
depend on the individuals availability and training status.
in Becoming a Special Deputy?
a Special Deputy is an unique opportunity for you to serve the people
of Ashland County. It requires extraordinary dedication to meet the
standards required while working a full-time job. The Sheriff's Office
recruits Special Deputy candidates throughout the year.
is a personal and financial commitment in becoming a Special Deputy.
They are required to purchase their own duty equipment and uniforms.
Additionally, they must complete a field training program in a fast
paced environment, which is the same requirement of full-time deputies.
Many of our members go on to be full time deputies within the Sheriff's
Office and other local agencies.
order to be initially considered for a Special Deputy position you
must be at least 21 years of age, possess a High School Diploma/GED,
and have successfully completed the Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy.
citizens of Ashland County and the Ashland County Sheriff's Office,
invite you to consider a second career with our professional law enforcement
fill out an employment application, by clicking the link below. Return
your completed application to the Sheriff's Office Main Lobby, Monday
through Friday from 8am to 4PM.
additional information contact Special Deputy Division Commander:
Workman (419) 281-9009 ext 2693,
feel free to e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org
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