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    Mission Statement

    The Blaine County Sheriff’s Department strives to provide adequate resources in the action of protecting life, liberty, and property, providing these services with respect, compassion, and integrity.

    Sheriff's Department Command Staff

    Sheriff - [C-01] K. DJ

    Undersheriff - Vacant

    Chief Deputy - [C-03] C. McMillan

    Captain - [C-05] J. Silver

    Captain - Vacant

    Lieutenant - Vacant

    Lieutenant - Vacant

    Our Subdivisions!

    Our department has many subdivisions within to allow our members to expand their knowledge and allow us to properly handle any situation at hand!

    Traffic Enforcement Division

    TED Commander: [T-25] J. Boling

    TED Assistant Commander: Vacant

    TED Supervisor: [T-03] Chief Deputy. C. McMillan


    The Traffic Enforcement Division (T.E.D) is a subdivision within the Blaine County Sheriff’s Department that primarily focuses on Traffic enforcement and the suppression of aggressive drivers. All members of T.E.D are expected to be very well versed with the Traffic section (SA107R) within the San Andreas Penal Code. Our Traffic Enforcement Division also utilizes different proactive activities such as DUI checkpoints, and basic maintenance checks to ensure the roads in Blaine County are the safest possible at all times. Deputies active as Traffic enforcement also have the ability to run stationary radar on the County’s busy freeways.

    Game Warden

    Game Warden Commander: [G-12] O. Hodge

    Game Warden Assistant Commander: [G-21] Cpl. D. Olson

    Game Warden Supervisor: Vacant


    Game Wardens are responsible for upholding all of the fish, wildlife, camping, forest, and marine laws within the jurisdiction of Blaine County and surrounding areas when needed.

    K9 Division

    K9 Commander: [K-22] W. Garland

    K9 Assistant Commander: Vacant

    K9 Supervisor: Vacant


    Our objective in the K-9 specialty division is to enforce the laws of San Andreas with the assistance of our canine workers. Their abilities will be utilized to go above and beyond the strengths of the deputies around them. They will locate drugs, bombs, weapons, victims, and suspects all for the purpose of protecting the citizens of Blaine County, San Andreas.

    Bureau of Criminal Investigation (Warrant/Investigations)

    Director of Operations: Vacant

    Deputy Director: Vacant

    Warrant Division CoC

    Warrant Commander: Vacant

    Warrant Supervisor: [W-14] M. Garrett

    Warrant Team Leader: Vacant


    Investigations CoC

    Chief Investigator: [I-10] DSgt. J. Pitt

    Asst. Chief Investigator: Vacant

    Investigations Supervisor: Vacant

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    Chain of Command


    The Sheriff is at the top of the Chain of Command. They oversee the whole department and make sure it is operating to its full potential.


    The Undersheriff is appointed by the Sheriff. The Undersheriff works hand in hand with the Sheriff and holds the same power as the Sheriff. They are a departmental admin and assist the Sheriff in making final decisions within the department.


    The Major oversees the day to day operations within the Sheriff's department. They are also the start of the department administration and help the Sheriff and Undersheriff make decisions. They play a crucial role in ensuring the department's operations and functionality while working alongside lower command and CoC.


    The Captain will oversee normal patrol deputies and the supervisors of the sheriff’s department. They overlook all subdivisions and the certifications within the sheriff’s department. They play a vital role in ensuring the success of the department and its inner workings.


    A Lieutenant is responsible for making sure the department flows smoothly and ensure the Supervisors are on task and making sure they are all on the same page. They oversee the supervisors, assist them with anything they may need or take it up the chain if required.

    Staff Sergeant

    A Staff Sergeant is appointed when the command staff has seen them excel as a sergeant and have demonstrated that they are ready, and have proved that they should move up. A Staff Sergeant should assist and mentor the new Sergeants on how to perform their duties as a supervisor


    A Sergeant is the very first supervisor position within the Sheriff’s Department. They are expected to be able to assist all Deputies with any of their questions or concerns in and out of game. They will help relay information to their superiors as needed. .They must demonstrate their abilities, such as leadership, teamwork, respect, passion both in and out of patrol.

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