The Administrative staff is an important part of the Sheriff’s Office. These are the people that make sure that you get the information you request such as;
- copies of reports
- gun permits
- Finger Print cards
- responsible for sending multiple reports to the state and federal agencies
Lieutenant Banks is charged with Supervision of the Patrol Division.
Captain is charged with Supervising the Patrol Section and coordinator for Project Lifesaver.
Mainland Patrol Sergeants
Patrol Sergeants are the direct supervisors of the Deputies on patrol of the mainland.
Beach Patrol Sergeants
Beach Patrol Sergeants are the direct supervisors of the Deputies that patrol the Outer Banks of Currituck.
Administrative and Investigations Division
Chief Deputy handles a variety of duties including:
- writing of grants for funding
- purchasing equipment
- interviewing applicants
- following up on and investigating complaints.
- coordinates all of the training for the office, Including Instructing specialized firearms courses.
He is a certified armorer for the departments weapons, is the leader of the Sheriffs Special Response Team and the Sheriff’s Community Watch Program.
Criminal Investigation Division
Sergeant James Midgett
Detective Swany Dudley
Detective Christopher Saunders
Detective William V. Lasher
Detective Kevin McCord
Sergeant Joey Davidson
Detective Wes Alcock
Detective Kevin Bray
Detective Jesse Taylor
Special Response Team Members
N. Buddy Capps
County officers that have received extensive training in the execution of high risk search warrants and the use of special weapons and tactics to effectively take suspects into custody and protect citizens from unnecessary danger.
Bike Patrol Unit
County officers that have under gone additional training in specialized bike patrol tactics including Specialized suspect take-downs with the bike and Tactical dismounts.