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The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office is committed to staffing its ranks with sworn employees of the highest quality, and to reflect the cultural diversity of the community it serves.   We are hiring the next generation of deputies who will serve as tomorrow’s leaders and serve our community. No experience is necessary. You bring the heart and character and we will work with you to build the rest. Come join us.

The entry-level selection process is comprised of several elements, including written tests, physical fitness assessment, structured interview, polygraph examination, background examination, psychological examination, medical examination, and drug-screening test.

Deputy Sheriff’s conduct a wide range of duties including: cruiser patrol, enforcement of traffic and criminal laws, fugitive apprehension, response to 911 calls, accident investigation, courthouse security, criminal investigation, and a host of other specialty positions. Some of the minimum qualifications for employment include: High School Diploma or GED, a criminal history which does not prevent the ability to carry a firearm, 21 years of age before completion of the training program, valid driver’s license, and United States Citizen. Salary range is $47,154 - $72,509 plus extensive benefits.

Registration forms are available online at www.morrowhr.com, or at the office of Morrow & Associates, 16707 Q Street, Suite 2A, Omaha, NE 68135, (402) 330-1019, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. A $50 non-refundable registration fee is required at the time of registration. Registration for the exam is now open until Wednesday July 31st, 2019. The exam date is Saturday, August 24th, 2019. For more information call Lt. Matt Martin at (402) 444-7470, email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or fax: (402) 444-6065.

The DCSO is an equal employment opportunity organization.

Combined 2018 Totals/All Bureaus:

Calls for Service Involving a LEP:

-- 

LEP Persons Encountered, Services Provided:

-- 

LEP Needs Met:

-- 

Incident Reports Generated:

5

 

140

 

YES

 

5

 

 

The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office is committed to staffing its ranks with sworn employees of the highest quality, and to reflect the cultural diversity of the community it serves.   We are hiring the next generation of deputies who will serve our community and serve as tomorrow’s leaders.  No experience is necessary.  You bring the character and we will work with you to build the rest.  Come join us.

The entry-level selection process is comprised of several elements, including written tests, physical fitness assessment, structured interview, polygraph examination, background examination, psychological examination, medical examination, and drug-screening test.

Deputy Sheriff’s conduct a wide range of duties including: cruiser patrol, enforcement of traffic and criminal laws, fugitive apprehension, response to 911 calls, accident investigation, courthouse security, criminal investigation, and a host of other specialty positions. Some of the minimum qualifications for employment include: High School Diploma or GED, a criminal history which does not prevent the ability to carry a firearm, 21 years of age before completion of the training program, valid driver’s license, and United States Citizen. Salary range is $47,154 - $72,509 plus extensive benefits.

Registration forms are available online at www.morrowhr.com, or at the office of Morrow & Associates, 16707 Q Street, Suite 2A, Omaha, NE 68135, (402) 330-1019, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  A $50 non-refundable registration fee is required at the time of registration.  Registration for the exam is now open until Friday, March 1, 2019.  The exam date is Saturday, March 23, 2019.  For more information call Lt. Matt Martin at (402) 444-7470, email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or fax: (402) 444-6065.

The DCSO is an equal employment opportunity organization.

2018 Complaints and Internal Affairs Investigations
 
External/Citizen Complaint 15
Sustained 2
Not Sustained 4
Unfounded 4
Exonerated 5
Sustained on Policy 0
   
Internal/Directed Complaint 14
Sustained 11
Not Sustained 0
Unfounded 1
Exonerated 2
Sustained on Policy 0
 
Dispositions:

Sustained: The investigation supported the conclusion that the member engaged in the alleged conduct and violated agency policy by doing so.

Sustained on Policy: The investigation disclosed a lapse in the agency’s policies rather than misconduct by the member.

Not Sustained: The investigation did not prove or disprove the alleged conduct.

Unfounded: The investigation supported the conclusion that the member did not engage in the alleged misconduct and did not violate policy.

Exonerated: The investigation supported the conclusion that the incident did occur, but the actions were legal, proper and reasonable.

NEWS RELEASE

CrimeStoppers

October 29, 2018

Omaha Crimestoppers will hold a news conference to announce a new, enhanced $5,000 reward for tips leading to the arrests of opioid dealers.

The news conference is Wednesday, October 31, at 10 a.m. on the fifth floor of Omaha Police Headquarters, 505 South 15th Street, Omaha, Nebraska.

The Omaha Crimestoppers Board of Directors has voiced concerns about the safety of the public as well as first responders (police, fire, and rescue) who may encounter opioids, particularly fentanyl and the more potent form, carfentanyl.

“I have no doubt the promotion of this new enhanced reward will result in calls to Omaha Crimestoppers about dealers of opioids, including heroin, fentanyl, and carfentanyl,” said     Mark Langan, President of the Omaha Crimestoppers Board of Directors and former Omaha Police Department narcotics investigator.

Special thanks to Blue Cross Blue Shield of Nebraska (BCBSNE) and Kohll’s Pharmacy for helping fund this new reward. These companies realize the significant danger opioid dealers pose to the citizens of Omaha.

The Omaha Crimestoppers Board of Directors appreciates the support for this reward from Nebraska Attorney General Doug Peterson, Douglas County Sheriff Tim Dunning, Douglas County Attorney Don Kleine, Nebraska State Patrol Captain Jason Scott and Omaha Police Chief Todd Schmaderer.

Money talks, especially when offered by Omaha Crimestoppers. Since 2014, the Omaha Police Department has solved more than a dozen homicides based on anonymous tips to Omaha Crimestoppers.

Callers to Omaha Crimestoppers remain TOTALLY ANONYMOUS.

Tips can be called into 402-444-STOP (7867), or by going to www.omahacrimestoppers.org,

P3tips.com or the p3tips mobile app.

Contact Mark Langan 402-306-3103 for further information.

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