Randolph County Sheriff’s Department seeks new deputies
ELKINS, W.Va. – Randolph County has tried to hire MPs, but demands have made it difficult to meet.
The process includes physical and written agility tests, polygraphs, psychological tests, physical and criminal background checks. The most difficult qualification is to complete your training at West Virginia State Police Academy.
As of December 24, two positions were due to be filled, but Randolph County Sheriff Robert Elbon said the job was not for everyone.
âI took the first opportunity because I wanted to do it, you have to have this willingness to help people, like I said, not everyone is cut out to do it. There are days that are really rewarding and you help someone and you do something that you feel good about, but then you see a lot of things that most people never see, âsaid Robert Elbon, Randolph County Sheriff.
The rate of pay for an assistant in Randolph County has been increased to make the opportunity more attractive to interested qualified applicants.
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