SUMMARY: Detective Sergeants shall supervise
deputies and personnel as required, subject to the order of the
Sheriff or Chief Deputy. They shall direct the work of the Sheriff's Office in the
accordance with State Statute, Policy and Procedures prescribed by the Sheriff
and Chief Deputy, under the general supervision of the Chief Deputy.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: Includes the following on a
- Performs all essential duties of a patrol deputy as appropriate.
- Conduct criminal investigations as directed and respond to critical
incidents as requested. Request and utilize the proper cooperation of
other law enforcement authorities when required to assist with the
investigation of crimes being committed in Oneida County.
- Supervises the work of Sheriff's Office personnel, as assigned.
- Review reports and arrests generated by patrol deputies and Patrol
Sergeants and identify any trends with criminal activity or suspects.
Utilize the crime prevention officer as required to assist with crime
- Be present or available for consultation regarding any incidents of a
serious nature occurring during their duty shift.
- Read, review and implement practical applications contained in the
Wisconsin State Statues, Law Enforcement Bulletin, Wisconsin Law
Enforcement Officers Criminal Law Handbook, Policies, Procedures and other
- Ensure that adequate crime scene investigation equipment and supplies
are available, and make recommendations for replacement or additional
supplies and equipment.
- Make recommendations for training of staff under their supervision.
- Complete ongoing evaluation of staff under their supervision and
complete required evaluation forms as directed.
- Conduct background investigations of individuals being considered for
employment and report these findings as directed.
- Conduct internal investigations as directed by the Sheriff or Chief
- Any other assigned duties.
QUALIFICATIONS: Must be able to perform each essential duty
satisfactorily. Includes the following requirements:
- Knowledge of organization and functions of other agencies outside the
- Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships within
all the divisions of the Sheriff's Office.
- Ability to prepare and supervise the preparation of clear, accurate, and
- Develop working knowledge regarding the proper operation of all assigned
- Ability to assume command during all incidents of serious nature.
- All the same qualifications as Patrol Deputy.
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE
High School Diploma with a minimum of 4-years experience as a Patrol Deputy
within the Sheriff's Office.
Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Good mathematical skills
Must have the ability to evaluate situations, based on
training and experience, and make good decisions. Ability to exercise discretion
within designated duties and responsibilities
CERTIFICATIONS, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS
Training & Standard Bureau Certification as a Law
enforcement officer. Valid Wisconsin driverís license. Maintain certification
in firearms, annual in service training, and other specialized areas as assigned
DECISION MAKING ABILITY:
Sound decision making ability based on training and experience is paramount.