Deputy Sheriff (Part-Time)

Cambridge, MN
Isanti County

$28.74 – $37.12 Hourly

11/30/2022 4:30 PM Central


The following are illustrative and are not intended to be all inclusive or restrictive.

  • Provides routine patrol service to the County to identify potential criminal/non-criminal activities, traffic, health and safety concerns; apprehends and arrests, with reasonable force if necessary, persons involved in criminal activity.
  • Investigates criminal activities such as burglaries, child abuse and neglect, vehicular homicide, felony stops, search warrants, homicides, gambling, thefts, forgeries, domestic violence, drug investigations, assaults, jail security, arson, animal welfare, suicides, game violations, and pollution violations; interviews victims and suspects; enforces appropriate laws and/or ordinances.
  • Investigates non-criminal activities such as boat and water safety, building security, town security, residence security, civil process, court room testimonies, complaint signing, vehicle maintenance, county park security, wildlife control, and coroner assistance; interview witnesses; enforces appropriate laws and/or ordinances; Assists state patrol, DNR and Neighboring Counties.
  • Manages traffic incidents such as accidents, property damage, personal injury, DWI (Driving While Intoxicated) arrests, petty misdemeanors, and traffic direction; interviews witnesses, victims and suspects; enforces appropriate laws and/or ordinances; Snowmobile patrol/ Safety programs.
  • Prepares and processes various documentation in regard to paper services delivered conducts Sheriff’s sales as needed.
  • Performs special assignments including entry team, detox transfers, mental illness transfers, prisoner transfers, transient transfers, emergency blood transfers, and eye transfers.
  • Reviews, receives, and prepares various reports, documents, and forms, including daily activity reports, child abuse/neglect reports, administrative forfeiture reports, accident reports, Intoxilyzer records, domestic abuse reports, use of force reports, hold reports, photo log, snowmobile accident report, search warrants, child in need of protection reports, check forgery reports, investigation reports, death scene investigation reports, judicial review reports, bias crime reports, firearms injury reports, water craft accident reports and regular training bulletins.


  • Associate’s degree in Law Enforcement, or related field, completion of an accredited police academy; or any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience which provides the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities for this position.
  • Current Police Officer Standards certification or eligibility to become POST certified before engaging in active patrol duty.
  • Must pass the interview process, psychological examination, physical examination and background investigation.
  • Valid Minnesota driver’s license in order to complete field work and attend local and regional meetings, court and appointments.
  • Must be capable of being certified in the use of the expandable baton, and the use of radar.
  • Must successfully qualify with a handgun and other department weapons according to existing department policy and POST qualification standards.