Patrol Deputy


Come join our TCSO team here in Jackson, Wyoming & enjoy a rewarding career working in a supportive & beautiful community!

TESTING DATE: Thursday, February 8, 2024
HOURS: The position is 24/7 and requires shift work (i.e., nights, holidays, and weekends) with four 10 hour shifts
APPLICATION: due by Thursday, February 1, 2024 @ 12:00 (CLICK HERE)

BENEFITS: (for detailed list: CLICK HERE)
Health, vision, dental insurance
Wyoming law enforcement retirement (20 year plan)
Option to contribute to 457b Deferred Comp plan
Life insurance
Paid time off – vacation, holiday, sick and comp time
Use of the Recreation Center and the Town/County exercise facility
Access ski pass reductions
Take home Patrol vehicle

Our Patrol staff has 19 budgeted positions which include Patrol Sergeants, Patrol Corporals and Patrol Deputies. Personnel without current Wyoming certification will be required to attend and pass the Peace Officer Basic course at the Wyoming Law Enforcement Academy. Lateral candidates may transfer their certification if approved by POST with a 2 week challenge course. Salary for lateral (experienced) applicants will be determined after experience and qualifications are examined and verified through the background process.

The testing process starts with Physical fitness. This includes situps, pushups and cardio (running). Here are the requirements: PT If you do not pass this assessment you will not continue with the hiring process (no exceptions).

Entry Level Patrol Candidates will be required to do the PT test, written exam and Oral Board interview. If selected to proceed, there will be a background check, medical exam and psych evaluation. The anticipated start date will be January of 2024, then off to the Wyoming Law Enforcement Academy Peace Officer Basic from Jan-Apr. There are times, if our Detention Center is short staffed, to work Detention until the Patrol Academy starts.

Lateral Patrol Candidates will be required to do the PT test (If graduated from WLEA POB within 6 months of testing the PT is waived), written exam and Oral Board interview. Lateral applicants can start immediately after making it through the background, medical and psych.

For those traveling from outside the area, I will contact local hotels and try to get a discounted rate for the night prior to testing. I suggest you look into the housing and rental market if you are thinking of moving to the area. If you already work in the area or will be visiting the area, please consider doing a ride along with our Deputies. It can be beneficial to have a general understanding about the position prior to testing and interviewing. Ride A-Long Form

If you are successful through testing and oral board process, you will be issued a packet which includes additional detailed information and the list of required documents you must supply in order to begin your background investigation. Required documents include: copy of birth certificate, official transcripts for high school and college (if attended), copy of high school diploma, proof of auto insurance, selective service registration letter or DD214, copy of driver’s license, copy of all police reports in which you were arrested (whether or not convicted), copy of marriage license, copy of divorce decree, police accident reports taken within the past three years listing you as driver, copy of any civil judgment against you within seven years, a current credit profile with score and credit detail, copy of social security card and one color photo. Please bring any of the above documents to the oral interview. This will speed up the background process.

Sheriff Deputies display tolerance for those of different values, possess good listening and communication skills and are approachable. They are team players, honest, flexible and open minded and must have integrity, a sense of humor and an attitude of service. Patrol Deputies are responsible for enforcing Wyoming State Statues; preventing and detecting suspicious or illegal activity; responding to calls for service; conducting initial investigations; interviewing witnesses, victims, participants and suspects; preparing reports, forms and documents and providing testimony in court proceedings. Successful candidates must be able to think clearly and take action in tense and uncertain conditions, while maintaining professionalism at all times. Spanish speaking/comprehension skills are a significant asset.

• High School diploma or GED
• Show proof of being 21 years of age
• Be a citizen of the United States
• Show proof of a valid driver’s license
• Pass the physical fitness assessment, written exam and oral interview
• Complete a thorough background investigation
• Submit to a psychological evaluation and a medical exam

For a full job description CLICK HERE

For more information, feel free to contact:
Kimmi Kussy
Human Resources / Community Outreach