***$2,000 Signing Allowance for Full-time Court Security Deputies (see Salary info for details)***
The incumbent in this position is responsible for maintaining law and order in and around the courtroom, ensuring the protection and safety of persons in and around the courtroom, and expediting courtroom proceedings by preparing the courtroom, ensuring the prisoner's prompt appearance in court, and following directives from the judge.
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS & ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
Applicants with body ornamentation (tattoos) shall not have any visible body ornamentation on the head, face, and neck area, which includes the visible skin while wearing a collared uniform shirt with an unbuttoned top button. Employees shall not have any visible body ornamentation located on the hands which is defined as the area from wrist to fingertips; however, a tattoo simulating a wedding ring on the ring finger of the left hand will not be considered excessive as described herein. Applicants are encouraged to read the agency body ornamentation policy (Download PDF reader)before applying.
A Court Security Deputy has a two year commitment of service as a Court Security Deputy (CSD). If the employee decides to pursue a career change to the position of Deputy Sheriff, he/she requests permission to the Human Resources Director via the chain of command to apply for Deputy Sheriff in Uniform Patrol. The request can be submitted as early as 18 months of employment. Once written approval is received by Human Resources Division, Recruiting and Background Section completes an abbreviated selection process (updated background). The file is reviewed by the Sheriff for a conditional offer of employment as a Deputy Sheriff in Uniform Patrol. Once a conditional offer of employment has been received, a medical exam and psychological evaluation are scheduled.