Guard grand jury rooms and district attorneys' offices to provide security.
What does a Grand Jury Deputy Sheriff do?
Guards grand jury room and district attorney’s offices to provide security: Searches premises to ensure security of rooms. Questions individuals entering area to determine purpose of business and directs or reroutes individuals to destinations. Arrests persons violating law, and summons patrol unit to take custody. Notifies sheriff’s patrol units of need for assistance or medical aid. Requests prisoner’s arrest records be sent by criminal identification unit to DISTRICT ATTORNEY. Prepares and validates receipts to reimburse witnesses for travel expenses. Occasionally transports prisoners between jail, district attorney’s office, and penitentiary for questioning, trial, or incarceration.