deputy sheriff


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Synonyms for deputy sheriff

someone authorized to exercise the powers of sheriff in emergencies

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This article will address the Florida Supreme Court's holding in Service Employees International and discuss its potential ramifications for thousands of appointees and employees of constitutional officers in Florida, including deputy sheriffs.
Mathur also provided a deputy sheriff ID card that he was issued, with an expiration date of 2006.
To every person that sees the sign, they will appreciate more the job that deputy sheriffs do for them day in and day out,'' ALADS President Steve Remige said.
Executive Producer Scott Sternberg notes, "It will be a real privilege to be the first to chronicle the extraordinary stories of the men and women who dream of becoming deputy sheriffs in the largest agency in the United States.
Gray planned to return to the area, Deputy Sheriff Nida said.
The court held that a deputy sheriff did not violate the inmate's due process right to protection from violence, absent any evidence that the deputy knew the inmate's particular gang affiliation or that the deputy could have learned the inmate's gang affiliation from information on the inmate's housing records.
Weather conditions remained good, but clouds were moving in toward the end of the day and snow could arrive tomorrow, Deputy Sheriff Nida said.
A former deputy sheriff sued a sheriff, alleging that his First and Fourteenth Amendment rights were violated when he was fired for carrying on an intimate relationship with, and cohabitating with a married woman.
McMillan was a member of the Bulloch County Sheriff's Department and was Deputy Sheriff of The Year in 1987.
WORCESTER - A National Grid worker and a deputy sheriff armed with a civil warrant just wanted to get inside an Adelle Circuit home to update the meter yesterday.
I think it will show what it takes to become a deputy sheriff, what are the intricacies of the training and how does the shaping of an individual who has never done this kind of work occur.
Carmona was the chairman of the State of Arizona Southern Regional Emergency Medical System, a professor of surgery, public health and family and community medicine at the University of Arizona, and the Pima County Sheriff's Department surgeon and deputy sheriff.
Officer Klecker began her law-enforcement career in 1978 with the Marion County (OR) Sheriff's Department, and served as a deputy sheriff.
In addition to ALADS, the National Association of Police Organizations (NAPO), the Peace Officers Research Association of California (PORAC), the Association of Orange County Deputy Sheriffs, the Deputy Sheriff's Association of San Diego County and the San Francisco Deputy Sheriffs Association publicly oppose Prop.
Fields was a deputy sheriff for 8 years with the San Diego County Sheriff's Office, and additionally served 10 years as an active duty Counter-Intelligence Specialist in the US Marine Corps, including a 1-year tour in Vietnam and 8 years in the active reserves.
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