The Monroe County Sheriff's Office consists of 5 divisions. These divisions are Administrative, Patrol, Clerical, Jail and 9-1-1 Dispatch.
Administrative - The Administrative Division consists of the Sheriff, Chief Deputy and Lieutenant. This Division is responsible for supervising all operations of the Sheriff's Office. The administrative division duties consist of but are not limited to General Supervision, Budgetary Approval, Equipment, Personnel, Public Relations and all other Supervisory duties.
Patrol - The Sheriff's Office Patrol Division consists of 13 Deputies and 4 Sergeants. The Patrol Division is responsible for daily patrols of Monroe County's 457 square miles, responding to calls, taking reports, handling disputes, serving court documents and generally assisting residents of the County. The Patrol Division will regularly assist the Jail Division with transports of prisoners.
Jail - The Jail Division consists of one full-time Jail Administrator. The Jail Administrator is responsible for monitoring all aspects of the County Jail and assuring compliance with state regulations, booking inmates in and out, transporting inmates from jail to Court appearances, managing the Pay-to-Stay Program, Electronically monitored house arrest and assuring inmates are taken care of on a regular basis and making the Monroe County Jail a safe and secure jail. The Jail Administrator also is in charge of the ESORN registration that registers Sex Offenders in Monroe County.
9-1-1 Dispatch - The 9-1-1 Dispatch Communications Center is responsible for all incoming calls into the Monroe County Sheriff's Office. The dispatcher dispatches deputies to calls in the priority of severity. The dispatcher will also handle all 9-1-1 calls for Emergency Medical Services and will dispatch Emergency Medical Squads as well as Fire Departments in the event of a reported fire. The dispatcher will also coordinate all radio traffic in the event of any emergency and relay information over the airwaves to Deputies, EMS, Fire, EMA and Life Flight.
Clerical - The Monroe County Clerical Division is responsible for all clerical duties such as court documentation, personnel, payroll, background checks, record requests, concealed carry permits and all other clerical duties.