Sheriff's Office General FAQs
Who staff's the Auglaize County Sheriff's Office?
The Auglaize County Sheriff's Office is staffed by many highly trained individuals to ensure accuracy and efficiency. Those staffed at the Auglaize County Sheriff's Office are as follows:
3 Road Sergeants
14 Deputies (Full Time)
2 Deputies (Part Time)
26 Auxiliary Deputies
9 Auxiliary Deputies (Retired Status)
6 Radio Dispatchers (Full Time)
1 Radio Dispatcher (Part Time)
2 Administrative Assistants
1 Office Assistant
1 Maintenance Technician
Many Deputies serve the Office in more ways than one. Out of the deputies listed above the following positions are also covered: 6 - Instructors, 4 - Field Training Officers, 1 - Civil Deputy, 1 - Courthouse Deputy, 1 - S.R.T. Commander, 6 - S.R.T. Tactical Deputies 1 - S.R.T. Medic, 3 - S.R.T. Crisis Negotiators, 1 - T.A.C. Officer and 1 - S.O.R.N. Officer.
Who staff's the Auglaize County Correctional Center?
The Auglaize County Correctional Center is staffed by many highly trained individuals to ensure accuracy and efficiency. Those staffed at the Auglaize County Correctional Center are as follows:
3 Shift Sergeants
17 Correction Officers (Full Time)
8 Correction Officers (Part Time)
1 Nurse (Full Time)
1 Nurse (Part Time)
1 Manager of Inmate Services
1 Food Service Specialists (Full Time)
5 Food Service Specialists (Part Time)
1 Case Manager
Many Correction Officers serve the Office in more ways than one. Out of the Correction Officer listed above the following positions are also covered: 6 - Instructors, 3 - Classification Specialists, and 3 - S.O.R.N. Officers.
When I call the Sheriff's Office, what telephone number should I call, and when is it appropriate to dial 911?
Below is a listing of what telephone numbers should be called for what purposes.
|Non-Emergency Complaints / Normal Use
When I call the Sheriff's Office to file a complaint, who will I talk to, and what information will I need to have available?
When you call the Sheriff's Office, you will first talk with Central Dispatch. The Dispatcher will take some initial information from you, and direct your complaint to a Deputy by either having the Deputy talk with you on the telephone, call you back when the Deputy is on station, or having the Deputy stop at your residence to take the complaint. Information the Dispatcher will need for you to provide are, your name, address, telephone number, the nature of the complaint, where this incident has taken place, and possibly other information depending on the nature of your complaint.
When calling, please keep in mind that the Dispatchers are responsible for all Police, Fire Department and E.M.S. radio traffic, 4 enhanced emergency 911 phone lines, 4 dedicated emergency cellular 911 lines, 5 normal non-emergency lines, and the voice mail line. Please be patient with the dispatcher, and your complaint will be taken and directed to the appropriate person as soon as possible.
If I receive a traffic citation and wish to post Bond, however the Courthouse is closed, where can I go to post my Bond on the Citation?
After the Courthouse is closed, Bond can be posted on traffic citations at the Sheriff's Office. Use the front lobby entrance and talk with one of the dispatchers.
Page Last Modified: April 6, 2011