- Patrols an assigned zone of the county; responds to emergencies, and renders appropriate aide.
- Responds to reports of criminal activity to include assisting in investigating crimes and disturbances; interviewing witnesses, gathering evidence, interrogating suspects, and making arrests; prepares initial investigation report.
- Transports inmates, mental patients, and intoxicated persons to institutions for confinement or treatment.
- Serves civil and criminal court papers such as summons, warrants, subpoenas, capiases, and special court orders; explains briefly the meaning of papers served and makes arrests when necessary; remains on the scene after serving certain civil papers until the civil process is completed.
- Opens and closes courts at designated times; maintains order in the courtroom; assists defendants in completing affidavits; swears defendants in; seats jury in place when selected; escorts trial jury to jury room when directed by judge; assists and escorts grand jury.
- Cooperates with law enforcement officers of other governmental units in making investigations or arrests. Provides drug education and resistance programs for elementary school children.
- Performs outreach and public relations activities with members of the community to include speaking to school groups and civic organizations.
- Performs related work as assigned.
- Graduation from high school; or an equivalent combination of experience and training.
- Must be 21 years of age.
- Good Moral Character, must pass background check, psychological evaluation, physical, and drug screen.