How many deputies are in Dallas County?
We have approximately twenty-one hundred men and women who strive each day to better serve the citizens of Dallas County in all that we do. Thank you for your interest in The Dallas County Sheriff’s Department; THE premier law enforcement agency in Dallas County.
Who is the Sheriff of Dallas County Texas?
Sheriff Marian Brown
Sheriff Marian Brown was sworn in as Sheriff of Dallas County on January 1, 2019. Sheriff Brown is the first African-American Sheriff in Dallas County and one of only five African-American female sheriffs in the United States.
Are there sheriffs in Texas?
A sheriff is a peace officer who holds public office; the voters in each county elect their sheriff once every four years. The Texas Constitution mandates that one sheriff exist for each of the 254 Texas counties.
What is a reserve deputy in Texas?
A reserve deputy is a person from the community who volunteers his or her time as a uniformed deputy sheriff. They have been fully trained through the Dallas Sheriff’s Academy as a peace officer and have full arrest authority under Texas State law.
How do I find out if I have a warrant in Dallas County?
If you need to speak to someone over the phone, the number to access general warrant information in Dallas County is 214-761-9026. You can always search on this site for warrant and arrest records in Texas. Our database includes warrant records, arrest records, and background records for U.S.
What county is Dallas TX in?
Dallas (/ˈdæləs/) is a city in the U.S. state of Texas and the largest city in and seat of Dallas County, with portions extending into Collin, Denton, Kaufman and Rockwall counties.
What is the name of Dallas County Jail?
Lew Sterrett Justice Center
Dallas County Jail (Lew Sterrett Justice Center) is located at 111 Commerce Street, Dallas, Texas.
How do you become a deputy reserve in Texas?
To be hired by the Reserve Unit, candidates must have a clear criminal history, a good driving record and be licensed by the state of Texas (TCOLE) as a Peace Officer, and the completion of approximately 660 hours of coursework and training.