Detention Officer

Website Tulsa County Sheriffs Office Tulsa County Sheriffs Office

Tulsa County Sheriffs Office

Pay: $18.30 Pay Frequency: Monthly Responsible for custody and control of inmates; security of facilities; physical movement of inmates; and all inmate record needs. Completes facility logs. Pulls and searches all inmates leaving the facility. Searches inmate workers before housing Searches and locates all new intakes. Conducts shakedowns and inspections of cells as needed. Seizes property that is found and completes record of property accepted in and after incarceration. Enforces contraband control and inmate rules. Observes inmates and inmate workers for abnormal conditions and corrects situations immediately. Inspects facility and kitchen for cleanliness and take appropriate action to correct. Inspect facility and kitchen areas and reports all maintenance problems and unsafe conditions. Inspects cleaning materials and supplies that enter pods. Assists nurse on pill runs. Pulls and searches inmates for sick call, doctor visits. dental visits. church services, and OED classes. Checks and searches, if necessary all visitors. Observes inmate visitation. Oversees inmate exercise. Observes commissary distribution. Feeds inmates. Completes and issues property/money release authorizations. Distributes and collects inmate requests for legal materials, visitor cards, inmate worker status applications, incoming and outgoing mail, library materials. Reviews, answers and distributes inmate’s requests and grievances. Assigns work to and supervises inmate workers. Ensures that all inmates have routine access to showers. Distributes hygiene products, clean clothing. clean linens, and clean beddings to inmates. Reports any criminal intelligence to supervisors. Safeguards keys. Directly oversees inmate workers as assigned. Performs other duties as assigned. Qualifications REQUIRED SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE, AND ABILITIES Skill in basic typing; in application of jail security techniques; in maintaining security of inmates; and in application of principles of Direct Supervision. Knowledge of 800 radio system 10 codes; of desktop computers; of interdepartmental correspondence; of departmental policies, rules and regulations pertaining to jail operations; of security techniques; of jail records; and of detention operation procedures. Ability to gain respect and cooperation of others; to keep alert and vigilant; to exercise initiative and independent judgment; to understand and follow oral and written instructions; and to deal tactfully with others.


Contact Deputy Angelica Casarrubias for further information: or 918-480-0082

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