A1: Describe the Organization
Duplin County Sheriff’s Office is located in North Carolina and is the main law enforcement agency inside of the county. The purpose of the Sheriff’s Office is to provide services to all of the residents in the county. The Sheriff’s Office is made up of multiple different divisions that perform numerous different tasks. The Sheriff’s Office is made up of several different divisions, although all the divisions essentially have the same goal. The entire office has to work together and complete their tasks as a whole. If one unit does not correctly do their job, all units within the office could fail.
The different divisions of the Sheriff’s Office are Patrol, Criminal Investigations, Narcotics, Detention Center,…show more content… The culture or shared values and underlying assumptions of the Sheriff’s Office consist of various things. One shared value of every individual that works at the Sheriff’s Office is the high ethical standard of each person. To work in law enforcement requires people to agree to abide by a code of ethics that you must follow in order to keep your job. Another belief and understanding of the office are to strive for constant improvement in all areas and to serve everyone in the county despite their race, sex, religion, or socioeconomic standing. The Sheriff pushes people to always be honest, even if a mistake is made and to be professional at all times because you never know who is watching you.
The citizens of the county elect the High Sheriff of the office every four years. The High Sheriff’s job is to be the top manager of the Office and lead the entire department in fulfilling the goal of the office. Under the Sheriff is the Chief, which is the general manager of the entire office. Then the person over the entire office’s equipment, vehicles and oversees the patrol division is the Captain. Each different division of the office has a manager to oversee the individual division. The Patrol division, Criminal Investigation, Narcotics, and the Detention Center are each managed by a Lieutenant. A supervisor manages communications and the office manager manages the front office administration.
Each division of the office has