Sheriff’s Corner With Sheriff Tracy Murphree

Sheriff’s Corner With Sheriff Tracy Murphree

Sheriff’s Corner With Sheriff Tracy Murphree

DENTON COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE MISSION

The mission of the Denton County Sheriff’s Office is to provide services which exceed the public safety expectations of the citizens of Denton County, and in doing so, we will provide the most cost-effective, accountable, progressive, and professional law enforcement services possible to diligently ensure the safety and security of our communities and roadways for the citizens and public at-large who live, visit, work and do business in Denton County.

The mission of the Denton County Sheriff’s Office is to provide services which exceed the public safety expectations of the citizens of Denton County, and in doing so, we will provide the most cost-effective, accountable, progressive, and professional law enforcement services possible to diligently ensure the safety and security of our communities and roadways for the citizens and public at-large who live, visit, work and do business in Denton County.

ATTENTION THE DENTON COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE IS NOW HIRING DETENTION OFFICERS.
Detention Officers are responsible for overseeing individuals who have been arrested and are awaiting trial or who have been sentenced to serve time in a secured facility.  This is a fast-paced work environment where you can make a difference. Detention Officer I position starts at $37,623 per year + benefits, with pay increases for prior experience and education.

Join our family and be a part of a great organization!
Apply online at www.governmentjobs.com/careers/dentoncounty

940.349.1600 | 127 N.Woodrow Ln., Suite 300 Denton, TX 76205 | dentoncounty.com/Departments/Sheriff.aspx


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