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The Williamson County Sheriffs Department Reserve Deputy Program had its inception in 1976. Starting with only one Deputy the division has grown and expanded as the department has grown to its current level.
The WCSD's Reserve Deputy Program is not only focused on community support and activities but also chartered to be a support arm for many areas of the department. Reserve Deputies are chosen based on the same criterion as full-time officers. Reserve Academy Training consist of over 120 hours of training and successful completion is required before the cadet is commissioned by the Sheriff. Reserve Deputies are allowed to work in two-person patrol units upon completion of expectations and requirements.
The Reserve Division of the WCSD is structured as an actual Division whose Lieutenant reports directly to the Patrol Captain. Clear expectations and measured accountability insure each member the opportunity to excel and achieve division as well as personal goals.
Each member supplies all uniforms, weapons and other required equipment. A yearly allowance of $250 is offered to help offset each member's out-of-pocket costs. The approximate initial investment is $1,500.00 for each member. All uniforms, patches and badges are identical to those of full-time officers.
The Reserve Deputy Program is continuously seeking qualified applicants who are of good moral character and reputation and can donate a minimum of 16 hours per month to the program. After cadet graduates he / she will be allowed to work off-duty paid jobs with prior permission of the Sheriff.
The Sheriff of Williamson County strongly supports the Reserve Deputy program and expects the program to be an asset to the department and the community. Each commissioned Deputy is advised that while expectations are extremely high, the commission is a privilege and all members remain active at the sole discretion of the Sheriff.
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