Sheriff Career, Sheriff Schools, Training, College, Jobs, and Education

How to Become a Sheriff
What can you say about sheriffs? They people that are committed to serve and protect.

They provide this service and protection at the county government level. The sheriff is the chief law enforcement officer at this level. He or she has deputies working under him.

He provides the staffing for the county court houses. His or her deputies also patrol the county making sure the laws are followed.

The following videos provide glimpse into this career. Those that want to join this rank, should definitely watch them.

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Sheriff Salary:
The pay sheriff officers make varies from county to county. It depends on the budget of the county for the position. We have seen salaries of about $45,000 per year to start out. As they gain more experience, they can make as much as $70,000 per year and sometimes more.

Sheriff Career School:
To become a sheriff officer, one does not need to go to college. It is highly recommended though. People in your county will most likely feel more comfortable with someone with criminal justice training or law enforcement background.

We know of a good school with criminal justice program. You can attend it online or on campus. The school is AIU. Request their free information by following this link.

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