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Oswego County Sheriff’s Office Civil Division Staff Complete Civil Training Program

ALBANY, NY – Twenty-five deputy sheriffs and civilian staff working in the civil law enforcement divisions from 18 sheriff’s offices around the state  recently attended a week-long continuing training program at the office of the New York State Sheriffs’ Association Institute in Albany.

From left to right is Sheriff Barry Virts, Wayne County Sheriff’s Office, Undersheriff Eugene Sullivan III,  Oswego County Sheriff’s Office and Christopher O’Brien, Executive Director, New York State Sheriffs’ Association, Institute, Inc., displaying his certificate of achievement.
From left to right is Sheriff Barry Virts, Wayne County Sheriff’s Office, Undersheriff Eugene Sullivan III, Oswego County Sheriff’s Office and Christopher O’Brien, Executive Director, New York State Sheriffs’ Association, Institute, Inc., displaying his certificate of achievement.

Sponsored and organized by the New York State Sheriffs’ Association Institute, the program is the second in a two-part training program that provides participants with training in the latest advances in civil law enforcement. All sheriffs have civil law enforcement functions, which include the service of process and enforcement of judgments and other court orders and mandates.

This second part of the training program covers some of the more difficult and time-consuming cases that sheriffs face in their civil divisions.

Deputies who are expert in civil enforcement law serve as instructors. The school is required for counties seeking to earn accreditation of their civil office from the New York State Sheriffs’ Association.

The New York State Sheriffs’ Association Institute, Inc., established in 1979, provides the only statewide training program for civil deputies.

The training is provided without charge to any civil personnel nominated for the school by a sheriff.

It is the mission of the Institute to assist the office of the sheriff in advancing education in the criminal justice community, preventing juvenile delinquency, and supporting victims of crime and their families.

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