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The Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office strives to serve and protect the citizens of the county by working with the public to help prevent crime, enforce the law, preserve the peace and provide a safe environment for everyone.
Doing so allows us to preserve the quality of life of everyone in our county.
Responsible for the protection of life and/or property through enforcement of laws. May be assigned to work on patrol, at headquarters, on special assignments, or as plainclothes investigators. Applicants will attend an Arizona Peace Officer’s Standards and Training Certified Academy, or already have a peace officer certification. A certificate of successful completion of the waiver of training process prescribed by AZPOST Rule R13 4 110(D) will be required for lateral applicants.
Under limited supervision, prepare all hot food and desserts requiring on-premises cooking/baking for inmates, staff, and special needs diets. Oversee daily operation of large scale food production staffed by an inmate labor force.
Public Safety Telecommunicator
Responsible for receiving, transmitting and monitoring radio communications to and from fixed or mobile transmitters; to operate a telephone exchange and teletype equipment and for dispatching proper equipment and personnel to expedite work operations.
Under general supervision performs general clerical duties of moderate difficulty within either the Detention or Law Enforcement Divisions. Positions within the Detention Division will be located within a secure detention facility.