The Martin County Sheriff's Office Reserve Deputy Division has been serving the community of Martin County, Indiana since 2015. The program is comprised of volunteers who are sworn officers empowered by the Sheriff of Martin County to help preserve law and order in the county.
A Reserve Deputy is qualified to perform patrol duties, having full law enforcement authority.
To be a Reserve Deputy an individual must be at least 21 years of age, have a valid Indiana driver's license, no criminal record (minor traffic violations are exempt), and be a resident of Martin County or surrounding counties. Candidates must pass a background investigation consisting of criminal, credit, and character evaluations as well as pass a psychological and medical exam, drug testing, physical fitness assessment, and a staff interview.
The Martin County Reserve Division is invaluable to the operation of the Sheriff's Office. The officers provide extra manpower when needed, assist on special details, and enhance the ability of the Sheriff's Office to provide the best service possible to the citizens of Martin County.
The Martin County Reserve Division currently consists of (1) Reserve Commander and (4) Reserve Deputies.
Reserve Deputy Commander