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Sheriff Charmaine McGuffey is a 33-year veteran of the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office, and is the highest ranking woman in the history of the Sheriff’s Office. She held the rank of Sergeant, Lieutenant, Captain, and Major prior to being elected Sheriff in November 2020.
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The Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office is a progressive law-enforcement agency with many career advancement opportunities.
Few are called to a career in law enforcement. Fewer still can meet the rigorous standards required of a Hamilton County Deputy Sheriff. If you are ready for a challenging and fulfilling career, explore our hiring process and qualifications.
This division delivers training in accordance with the Sheriff’s policies, as well as state and federal standards, information systems, and oversees warrants, records, and identifications.
This multi-faceted operation has diverse responsibilities, which include: court security, building security, public auction of properties, felony warrant and indictment, prisoner transportation, registration of convicted sex offenders, and more.
We are responsible for the operation of all adult detention facilities in Hamilton County that are under the jurisdiction of the Sheriff’s Office. This includes 437 uniformed Corrections Officers, Supervisors, and support service personnel.
We provide primary police service to 12 unincorporated townships within Hamilton County, and work hand-in-hand with officers on the road.
Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office Announces Arrest and Child Porn Charges, Assistance of New Electronic Detection K9
Sheriff Charmaine McGuffey and Cincinnati Police Interim Chief Teresa Theetge report the arrest on March 22nd, 2022 of 30 year old local man Zachary H.
Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office Celebrates Inaugural Police Academy Class in Partnership with Great Oaks
We are so grateful for all of the amazing support our graduates received as they completed the first EVER Police Academy conducted through a new
Sheriff’s Office Investigating Phone Scam
Sheriff Charmaine McGuffey is putting the community on notice about a recurring scam taking place where a person calls a community member, threatens them with