The Sheriff's Office is committed to hiring and retaining the highest quality law enforcement personnel. The Salt Lake County Sheriff’s office is a diverse group of employees and volunteers that are united in a common goal to provide the safety and welfare of the citizens of Salt Lake County. Explore your options to either become employed full-time as a career, or volunteer to make a difference in your community.
In accordance with the Peace Officer Merit System Act, the County Council has established a Peace Officer Merit Commission (POMC) that is a bipartisan body, consisting of three members who are appointed by the Council for staggered six-year terms. For more information click here
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Performs skilled and Journey level troubleshooting, maintenance, repairs, fabrications, remodeling, and construction commonly represented by the licensed construction trades in maintaining and upgrading facilities, grounds, and equipment. Closing Date 10/20/2019
Creates and updates prisoner records to book prisoners into jail, updates prisoner locations and assignments, and processes court appearance paperwork and release documents. Closing Date 10/18/2019
Provides primary medical care, treatment and case management to prisoners of the Salt Lake County Jails. Closing Date 10/30/2019
Provides prisoner services such as scheduling, receiving and checking in visitors. Provides telephone services, screenes prisoner mail, and distributes commissary merchandise to prisoners. Closing Date 10/23/2019
Performs skilled and Journey level troubleshooting, maintenance, repairs, fabrications, remodeling, and construction commonly represented by the licensed construction trades in maintaining and upgrading facilities, grounds, and equipment. Closing Date 10/23/2019
The Sheriff's Office will provide you the training for your POST Certification Training, and will earn an hourly wage and full benefits while attending our POST Academy
The position of Corrections Officer and Protective Services Officers offers a full-time Salt Lake County benefits such as Public Safety retirement, health insurance, paid sick and vacation time, tuition reimbursement, and the camaraderie of working with your friends and neighbors to protect and improve our community.
The Salt Lake County Sheriff's Office runs a satellite academy from Utah Peace Officer Standards and Training. As a Cadet in our Academy you will be taught the skills needed to begin your career in law enforcement. With years of experience, our instructors will guide you through course work in Federal and State laws, Ethical Leadership Skills, Verbal Communication Skills, as well as Physical Fitness and Defensive Tactics trainings. Following the completion of your training, you will take your certification and a new professional outlook into your career with the Sheriff's Office.
Following 12 weeks in the academy you will be partnered with a seasoned Corrections Officer and Protective Services Officer for our Officers Training Program (CTO and FTO). This hands-on training is conducted inside the Adult Detention Complex for Corrections Officers and at various Courthouse locations for Protective Services Officers and will fully prepare you for work as a Corrections or Protective Services Officer.
For more details regarding employment click on the Applicant Exam Plans and Applicant Handbook PDF documents to the right or you may contact Tami Cordova at firstname.lastname@example.org or (385) 468-9899.
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