Police Detective Job Description FAQ's What are the requirements to make detective? In order to make detective, you must first serve as a police officer for a certain period of time, (depending on the precinct in which you are employed, generally 1 to 5 years), and complete further training, including physical, tactical, and general education preferably at the masters degree level.
Fish and game wardens protect wildlife, enforce fishing, hunting, and boating laws and patrol lakes, rivers, beaches, wetlands, coastlines, deserts and the backcountry. Because fish and game wardens are commissioned peace officers, they can cite people for a wide assortment of crimes which occur in the regions they supervise as well as conduct investigations, collect evidence and search homes and vehicles.
A When a sheriff's sale is scheduled, the property owner has the right to redeem the property up through the sale, and for a period afterward, generally six months. Even though there is a sheriff's sale, your lease remains in effect until the redemption period expires.
Sheriff departments also enforce municipal, and state codes. Sometimes a city will not have a municipal police force, and so they contract the sheriff's dept. to provide police services. The Sheriff is an elected position. State Police: Have statewide jurisdiction, no matter what.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol maintains a force of State of Ohio Police Officers, mostly located in the Columbus, Ohio area, who provide security police services to the Ohio Department of Transportation and the Ohio Expo Center as well as perform security functions at special events.