Deputy Sheriff Road Patrol/Police Officer
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Description of Duties
Deputy Sheriff Road Patrol: This is a professional law enforcement position in the Monroe County Sheriff's Office responsible for the impartial enforcement of all Federal, State and local ordinances, the preservation of peace and the protection of lives and property. Deputies maintain order by patrolling assigned areas and may also be assigned to specialized units. Work is performed in accordance with the laws, rules, regulations and policies and procedures of the Sheriff's Office. Deputies are armed during the performance of duties. Deputies report directly to, and work under the general supervision of a higher-ranking Deputy Sheriff.
Police Officer: This is a professional law enforcement position in a police department involving responsibility for the impartial enforcement of all Federal and State laws and local ordinances, preservation of peace, protection of lives and property, investigation of criminal offenses, apprehension of criminals and lawbreakers and other related work in accordance with the law, rules, regulations, and the administrative policies and procedures of the Department. The work consists primarily of patrol, inspection, investigation and enforcement tasks. The Officer is assigned an area to patrol on foot or in a motor vehicle, or is assigned specific duties or cases. Personal responsibility for the exercise of sound independent judgment is borne in both emergency and routine situations. Utilizes a computer in the performance of duties. The employee reports directly to, and works under the general supervision of a Police Sergeant or other higher level staff member. Supervision of others is not a responsibility of this class. May be required to rotate shifts on a seven (7) day per week basis.
Candidates must meet the following minimum requirements on or before the date of the written exam:
Per New York State Civil Service Law Section 58 1(b): Candidate must be a high school graduate or a holder of a high school equivalency diploma issued by an education department of any of the states of the United States or a holder of a comparable diploma issued by any commonwealth, territory or possession of the United States or by the Canal Zone or a holder of a report from the United States armed forces certifying successful completion of the tests of general educational development, high school level.
Age: Candidates must be at least nineteen (19) years old on or before the date of the examination to take the test. Eligibility for appointment as a Deputy Sheriff-Road Patrol begins when the candidate reaches age twenty (20).
Candidates who reach their thirty‑fifth (35th) birthday on or before the date of written examination are not qualified except as follows: Candidates may have a period of military duty or terminal leave, up to seven (7) years as defined in Section 243 (10-a) of the Military Law, deducted from their age for purposes of determining whether they meet the age requirement per Section (58) of New York State Civil Service Law.