The Reserve Unit is a group of dedicated individuals from our community who wish to serve their fellow citizens by donating their time and talents to the Hempstead County Sheriff's Office. The unit is made up of both certified and non-certified deputies who support the operations of the Sheriff's Office. While on-duty, these unpaid professionals have the same legal authority as any other peace officer. Reserve deputies are required to receive continuous training throughout the year, as well as qualify annually with their service weapon.
Some activities the Reserves regularly engage in:
Promote public relations with law enforcement in their community
Provide security and patrol at school functions, county functions, and any event where extra security is required
Receiving no pay for the job they do, and spending time away from their families shows tremendous dedication on the part of the Reserves.
For more information please call 870-777-6727.
Sheriff James Singleton presents Reserve Captain Warren Webster with the Sgt. Nashawn M. Garland Reserve Deputy of the year Award.