Deputy Sheriff Jobs in Texas

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County of Bexar - San Antonio, TX
enforcement counterparts of the BCSO Reserves deputies are assigned to duties in patrol, Criminal Investigation Division (CID), criminal and civil warrants, court security, school program (priority...
1 day ago
Childress County Sheriff's Office - Childress, TX
The Childress County Sheriff's Office has an opening for Deputy Sheriff....
8 hours ago
Collin County Sheriff's Department - McKinney, TX
The section pertaining to Deputy Sheriff Lateral Hire qualifications and exemption is below: Qualifications for Lateral Hire: A person who (1) has five cumulative years of full-time law-enforcement...
9 days ago
County of Bexar - San Antonio, TX
investigation from the Bexar County Sheriff's Office May be required to work shift-work and work an average of no more than 24 hours during a workweek not to exceed 64 hours in a pay period This position...
17 days ago
County of Bexar - San Antonio, TX
Enforcement Certificate Pay Patrol Training Officer Pay Ability to work off duty jobs Paid Court Time Formal Promotion Testing System Sick leave Pool Collective Bargaining/Union Coverage/Civil Service...
17 days ago
Montgomery County Sheriffs Office - Conroe, TX
The Deputy Sheriff will actively enforce laws, maintain order, protect life and property, investigate criminal activity, and educate the community on matters of public safety....
20 days ago
Comal County, Texas - New Braunfels, TX
Takes appropriate law enforcement action....
30+ days ago
Williamson County - Georgetown, TX
enforcement and crime prevention activities Maintains general knowledge of the Texas Penal Code, Texas Transportation Code, Code of Criminal Procedures, Family Code, Texas Education Code, Health and...
45+ days ago
Polk County (TX) - Livingston, TX
Commission on Law Enforcement Officers Standards and Education....
90+ days ago
Montgomery County Sheriff's Office - Conroe, TX
The Deputy Sheriff will actively enforce laws, maintain order, protect life and property, investigate criminal activity, and educate the community on matters of public safety....
90+ days ago

Demographic Data for Texas

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Deputy Sheriff Online Courses and Training Opportunities

How to be a Successful Deputy Head or Vice Principal
This course details the job of a school Deputy Head. It illustrates the wide range of practical skills required to do the job well. It also considers the crucial importance of recognising that...

Sheriff Legitimacy, Procedural Justice & Community Relations
This webinartakes an in-depthlook into the independentpower,role andduties in theOffice of Sheriff in accordance with the Constitution of Georgia and Official Code of Georgia Annotated. Four...

Learn to play "I Shot the Sheriff" on the Steel Drum!
This is a fun course that will enable you to play a very laid-back, beachy, fun, tropical song on a Steel Drum (or even a Steel Drum app) for your friends and family.You will learn the notes to...

Salary for Deputy Sheriff Jobs in Texas

This is the average annual salary for Deputy Sheriff jobs in Texas as reported by the BLS.


Licensing / Certification

Required or preferred licenses and certifications for Deputy Sheriff positions.

Highest Education Level

Deputy Sheriffs in Texas offer the following education background
  • Bachelor's Degree (31.1%)
  • High School or GED (24.3%)
  • Associate's Degree (15.4%)
  • Vocational or Certification (12.9%)
  • Master's Degree (9.4%)
  • Some College (4.6%)
  • Doctorate Degree (1.4%)
  • Some High School (0.9%)

Average Work Experience

Here's a breakdown of the number of years' experience offered by Deputy Sheriffs in Texas
  • None (60.3%)
  • Less than 1 year (21.6%)
  • 1-2 years (10.4%)
  • 4-6 years (5.6%)
  • 6-8 years (1.1%)
  • 8-10 years (1.1%)

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