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Deputies are allowed to have mustaches and beards as long as they are kept well-groomed and maintained for a professional image.
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Follow all directions carefully. Failure to comply with the provided instructions may be grounds for rejection of your application:
To apply for employment you must complete and submit the following hiring forms:
Both forms are Available in the right column of our Career Opportunities page.
Tattoos are allowed with the following requirements: While on duty, excessive tattooing, body art, or brandings shall not be exposed or visible (including through the uniform). “Excessive” is defined as any tattoo, body art, or branding that exceeds one-third of the exposed body part.
An employee shall not have any tattoos on the head, face, neck, scalp, hands, or visible teeth (excluding orthodontic appliances); unless authorized by the Sheriff. Any pre-existing tattoos, body art, or branding on any of these areas will either be removed or covered by cosmetics or clothing. Any visible tattoos, body art, or branding that are obscene, advocate or symbolize gang, extremist groups, drug use, or sexual discrimination shall not be permitted, unless authorized by the Sheriff.
If you require additional time to request any of the required documents (i.e., birth certificate, diploma, social security card, etc.) from its original source, please reference the specific document missing, the reason and your estimate of the time required to obtain and submit it to the Sheriff's Office in your cover letter.
Your credit history is used to complete your background investigation. You may provide a full history from any reputable credit source. A free credit report is available at Annual Credit Report.
No, we need a full credit report that shows all your accounts and balances.
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