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The uniformed Patrol Deputy is the most visible member of the Williamson County Sheriffs Office. Patrol Deputies provide service 24 hours a day to the 583 square miles of Williamson County, responding to a variety of emergency and emergency calls for service.
While on patrol, some of the responsibilities include:
Attending community functions
Controlling violent situations
Investigating traffic accidents
Providing traffic control
Responding to radio dispatches or citizens requests
Testifying in court
Prior to a deputy being placed on patrol, they must first successfully graduate from the Tennessee Law Enforcement Training Academy. The deputy must then undergo a rigorous 16-week Field Training Officer program, where the deputy is evaluated and scored each and every day during this probationary period. Once the deputy successfully completes the Field Training Officer program they are assigned to a shift.
The Williamson County Sheriff's Office has two Interstate Crime Units that employ the use of K-9s. The primary function of this unit is the apprehension of violent offenders, fugitives from justice, and to detect the trafficking of illegal drugs in, and through our county.
The Williamson County Sheriffs Office has a designated Traffic Unit whose responsibilities are to enforce traffic laws, concentrating on areas with a high number of traffic accidents, and areas citizens have expressed concerns with traffic problems such as speeding.
Special Response Team
Also under the command of the Patrol Division Lieutenant is the Special Response Team. This specialized unit responds to hazardous situations and high-risk warrant service.
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