County of San DiegoSan Diego 92101
Full Time
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Deputy Sheriff-detentions/court Services-lateral

County of San Diego
Full Time 40 per week San Diego County Sheriff's Department, 1409 Fourth Ave, San Diego, CA 92101, United States
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Overview

Job Summary
The County of San Diego is currently accepting applications from persons with proven law enforcement experience for the position of Deputy Sheriff-Detentions/Court Services-Lateral. Newly hired Deputy Sheriff Detentions/Court Services laterals are assigned the Detention's Service Bureau. Assignments are based on the needs of the department and on the applicant's training and experience. Deputy Sheriffs-Detentions/Court Services perform various general custodial/law enforcement functions, including the safety, supervision, and control of incarcerated persons, and other duties as assigned. The ideal candidate will possess the following desirable traits: communicates effectively, knowledge worker, customer-focused, values and respects others, drives to excel, teamwork and collaboration, continuous learning, demonstrates ethical behavior, and supportive of change. The following are additional pay incentives and premiums that are available for those who are eligible: New Lateral Incentive Pays up to $20,000.  Night Shift Premium/ Shift Differential - 5% with four (4) or more hours worked between 5:00 PM - 8:00 AM. In-Service Training Premium - $45 biweekly Bilingual Premium - $32.30 biweekly Prisoner Transportation Premium - 3% of base pay Detective Assignment Premium - 5% of base pay Corporal Assignment Premium - 5% of base pay ***Effective September 9, 2022, this hard-to-recruit position qualifies for the Employee Referral Reward Program. If a current County of San Diego employee referred you to apply for this position, please indicate the employee’s name on your job application in the space provided. *** MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS AT THE TIME OF APPLICATION: Education, training, and/or experience that demonstrate possession of the knowledge, skills and abilities listed above. Qualifying requirements are: 1) Possession of a Board of State & Community Corrections (BSCC) or a Standards and Training for Corrections (STC) certificate awarded upon graduation from the County of San Diego Deputy Sheriff-Detentions/Court Services Academy. OR; 2) Successful completion and possession of a valid certificate or proof of completion of the Board of State & Community Corrections (BSCC) or Standards and Training for Corrections (STC) Adult Corrections Officer Core Course (ACO) with less than a three (3) year break in service. AND Successful completion and possession of a valid certificate or proof of completion of the California POST PC 832 Arrest (40 hours) AND Firearms (24 hours) Course (total of 64 hours) and possession of a valid Certificate of Completion with less than a three (3) year break in service. OR; 3) Successful completion, at any time, of a California P.O.S.T. Basic Law Enforcement Academy, with less than a three (3) year break in service in one of the following Penal Code categories:
  • 830.1 Sheriff's, Marshals, City Police, San Diego Unified Port District Harbor Police, etc.; 832.2(a) California Highway Patrol; 830.2(d) Member of University of California Police Department; 830.2(e) Member of California State University and College Police Department830.3l(g) Member of San Francisco BART Police; 830.3l(h)Harbor or Port Police. OR;
  • Successful completion of a California P.O.S.T. Re-Certification Course, and possess a valid California P.O.S.T. Certificate. OR;
  • Successful completion of Levels 1, 2, 3; or the four-part reserve format training modules A, B, C, & D for the regular Basic Course within the last three years. OR;
  • Current enrollment in a California P.O.S.T. Basic Law Enforcement Academy, or Board of State & Community Corrections (BSCC), or a Standards and Training for Corrections (STC);  AND:
4) Applicants must be 18 years of age at time of application; AND 5) U.S. High school graduate or G.E.D.; or a degree from an accredited college or university. Note:   Employment is contingent upon successful completion of the academy. There will be no waivers of the above requirements.  Experience in the United States military service is highly desirable. Individuals who are currently enrolled in a Board of State & Community Corrections (BSCC), a Standards and Training for Corrections (STC) academy, may apply. POST PC 832 Arrest (40 hours) and Firearms (24 hours) Course (total of 64 hours) certificates of completion must be provided at the time of appointment. CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT: As part of the County of San Diego’s pre-employment process, prospective candidates will undergo a background check (including fingerprinting) and a pre-employment medical screening prior to beginning County employment. Additional types of background investigations may be conducted based on the job-related activities of the position. IN ADDITION TO THE ABOVE, APPLICANTS MUST MEET ALL OF THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS AT THE TIME OF APPLICATION: (a) Must be at least 18 years of age. (b) Must possess a U.S. high school diploma or GED certificate; or a degree from an accredited college or university. (c) Must have no felony convictions and must not be on probation; misdemeanors may be disqualifying depending on number, type and recency. (d) Must be a United States citizen or resident alien in the process of becoming a U.S. citizen. APPLICANTS MUST MEET THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS AT THE TIME OF THE SELECTION INTERVIEW AND BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION PROCESSES: (a) Successful completion of the background investigation and selection interview processes; for additional information, refer to the Evaluation Section below. (b) Vision correctable to at least 20/30; glasses/hard lenses minimum 20/100 uncorrected - No minimum uncorrected visual acuity for soft lenses (subject to California P.O.S.T. requirements). (c) Possession of a valid California class C driver's license prior to appointment. For a complete job description including minimum requirements, physical characteristics, license requirements, and working conditions, APPLICATION PROCESS: STEP 1: Complete the online application form providing correct and complete responses to the Supplemental Questions and attach the qualifying documentation outlined above. Please ensure all information is complete and accurate as the responses you provide on the supplemental application form will be reviewed using an automated evaluation system. If you are successful in the initial screening process your application will be reviewed individually to confirm that the information you provided is accurate and qualifying. PLEASE NOTE: Applicants must submit a copy of P.O.S.T. certificate, P.O.S.T. waiver, re-certification or possession of the Board of State & Community Corrections (BSCC), a Standards and Training for Corrections (STC) Certificate for the Adult Corrections Officer Core Course (ACO) and a POST PC 832 Arrest (40 hours) and Firearms (24 hours) Course Certificate, for a total of 64 hours. STEP 2: If you meet the minimum qualifications for Deputy Sheriff-Detentions/Court Services-Lateral, you will be invited to schedule yourself for the Qualification Shoot examination. PLEASE NOTE: Once scheduled, you will NOT receive a reminder to appear to the qualification shoot. Please note the date and time of your exam when you schedule yourself. This is your responsibility. UNSCHEDULED CANDIDATES WILL NOT BE ADMITTED. If you do not meet the minimum qualifications, as determined by the application screening, the Department of Human Resources will notify you via e-mail.  If you receive this email, you will not be eligible to take the Qualification Shoot examination. SUMMARY OF THE OVERALL EVALUATION PROCESS: 1. Completion of online application and supplemental questions. 2. Qualifying Shoot Examination, Pre-Screening Orientation, and Physical Agility Test. – Refer to the description below to obtain more information on the Qualification Shoot Exercise. Candidates who pass the Qualification Shoot Examination will attend a Pre-Screening Orientation and the Physical Agility Test. Candidates may be invited to participate in the background investigation and selection interview processes listed below. 3. Comprehensive Background Investigation which takes a minimum of four to six months to complete. The Background Investigation process will include a Physical Abilities Examination. The Sheriff's Department will communicate the date, time, location, and description of the Physical Abilities exam to the candidate during the background investigation process. Applicants must pass the Qualification Shoot, Pre-Screening Orientation, and Physical Agility Test in order to be placed on the 12-month eligibility list for Deputy Sheriff Detention/Court Services Lateral. 4. Computer Voice Stress Analysis Exam and Employment Interview. 5. Selection interview conducted by Sheriff's sworn management. 6. Psychological Evaluation conducted by a County appointed Psychologist. 7. Medical Exam conducted by a County Physician. Please Note: Steps 2-7 may be completed out of order SPECIFIC NOTES ON QUALIFICATIONS SHOOT EXAM (LATERAL FIREARMS TESTING): 
Test Components:
  • 30 total handgun (HG) rounds – 26 hits (on target) to pass
  • Scored as Pass/Fail
  • Two attempts permitted
Course of Fire: Handgun only 03 yards: (03) rounds STRONG hand point shooting 03 yards: (03) rounds WEAK hand point shooting 05 yards: (03) rounds two hand eye level 05 yards: (03) rounds two hand eye level 07 yards: (06) rounds two hand eye level 10 yards: (06) rounds total.  (03) rounds from each side of barricade two hand eye level 10 yards: (06) rounds two hand eye level
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: To obtain additional information on the pay steps, benefits, educational incentives, and department provided equipment, refer to the Sheriff's website by .
CONTACT INFORMATION:
Sheriff's Recruiting Unit at (858) 974-2000 or via email at ; or the Department of Human Resources at (619) 236-2191 or via email at  Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable an individual with qualified disabilities to perform the essential functions of a job, on a case-by-case basis.
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