Sheriff's Office

Cattaraugus County Sheriff's Office

Santa Sheriff's Program Continues!

News from Sheriff's Office posted on Wed, 11/07/2012 - 4:53pm

Santa Sheriff’s Program Ninth Year of Giving Continues!

DCJS Breath Analysis Operator Course

Date(s): 
04/23/2013 - 04/25/2013

Location

TBA
United States

For more information please contact Training Coordinator Christa Heckathorn at 716-938-2572 or email clheckathorn [at] cattco [dot] org.

Registration for class can be done through DCJS training calendar online.

DCJS Field Training Officer Class

Date(s): 
01/28/2013 - 02/01/2013

Location

Cattaraugus County Sheriff's Office
301 Court Street, Little Valley, NY 14755
United States
42° 15' 7.4916" N, 78° 48' 6.3576" W

We will be hosting a DCJS Field Training Officer Course from January 28, 2013 - February 1, 2013 at the Cattaraugus County Sheriff's Office.

There is no registration fee for this class.

To register for this class contact Training Coordinator Christa Heckathorn at 716-938-2572 or email at clheckathorn [at] cattco [dot] org

In-service Range

Summary: 
In-service Range with 3 Sheriff's Deputies
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In-Service Instruction

Summary: 
In-Service Instruction by Sgt. Dry
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In-service Range

Summary: 
In-service Range with the Sheriff's Office
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Special Response Team

Special Response Team

Training

In-Service Training

As an accredited agency, training is recognized as a critical facet of the Sheriff’s responsibility. The Sheriff’s Office Training Coordinator insures a training program which is comprised of two elements:

  • Ongoing in-service training, and
  • Outside applicable training courses or seminars.

K-9

K9 Gibbs

k9 Hammer

Court Division

The Court Division includes four full-time deputy sheriffs and several part-time deputies. They have the responsibility of providing security and maintaining order in the county court system. Heavy case load and multiple, simultaneous sessions make security in our courts a difficult task that is always changing. Deputies utilize both hand-held and stationary metal detectors to promote safety within the courts. Each year, the court security deputies seize hundreds of dangerous items from people such as knives, drugs, and other contraband.

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