Deputy Sheriffs

Some articles on sheriffs, sheriff, deputy sheriffs, deputy sheriff:

Connecticut State Marshal - History
... Sheriffs existed in Connecticut prior to the adoption of its first constitution in 1818 ... Following several corruption scandals involving sheriffs, Article IV, Section 25 of the 1965 Constitution of the State of Connecticut, which specified the election of county sheriffs, was repealed in 2000 ... The sheriffs were replaced with the State Marshal System and Judicial Marshals ...
Sheriffs In The United States - Sheriff Types By State - New York - New York City
... The City of New York, although it comprises five counties, currently has a single Sheriff's Office, part of the New York City Department of Finance ... The Sheriff's Office is headed by a sheriff, appointed by the mayor ... The Sheriff's Office serves the entire city ...
New York City Sheriff's Office - Diversity of Work Performed
... All law enforcement duties executed in the name of the sheriff are performed by deputy sheriffs and investigators ... Because of the highly diverse law enforcement duties deputy sheriffs encounter, deputy sheriffs are cross trained in many areas of criminal law and civil law ... The deputy sheriff can be considered the "jack of all trades" law enforcement officer ...

Famous quotes containing the words sheriffs and/or deputy:

    He is a poor man and has got behind-hand and when that’s the case, there is no staying in the settlements; for those varmints, the sheriffs and constables, are worse than the Indians, because you can kill Indians and you dare not kill the sheriffs.
    —For the State of West Virginia, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)

    The only law was that enforced by the Creek Lighthorsemen and the U.S. deputy marshals who paid rare and brief visits; or the “two volumes of common law” that every man carried strapped to his thighs.
    State of Oklahoma, U.S. relief program (1935-1943)