JOB ALERT: Do You Want To Be A Deputy Sheriff Reserve? - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

JOB ALERT: Do You Want To Be A Deputy Sheriff Reserve?

KHQ.COM - Have you ever thought to yourself, "I should have been a Deputy Sheriff"? Do you want to volunteer your time to help your community and your Sheriff's Office?

Do you want to gain valuable law enforcement experience and training while earning Civil Service points toward a full-time paid Deputy Sheriff position?

If so, then the Spokane County Sheriff's Office may be right for you!

Law enforcement is an exciting and challenging profession, and it isn't just for full-time paid employees.

Spokane County Sheriff's Office employs a cadre of Reserve Deputy Sheriff's who volunteer their time to assist the Sheriff in a variety of roles such as Uniformed Patrol, Bicycle Patrol, Marine Enforcement and crime scene security just to name a few.

Reserve Deputies are required to complete a comprehensive 246-hour Reserve Academy and a Field Training Program, and must volunteer a minimum of 32 hours every two months.

The Sheriff is looking for qualified men and women who wish to assist the Sheriff's Office and serve their communities at the same time. 

 For details on the selection, hiring and training process, please visit   www.spokanecounty.org/sheriff and click on "employment opportunities."

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