Interested in becoming a Reserve Deputy Sheriff in Johnson County?
Becoming a Reserve Deputy requires a great time commitment. New recruits accepted into the program must go through the Johnson County Sheriff’s Reserve Deputy Academy. The course lasts approximately six months; recruits are required to attend classes Tuesday and Thursday nights. Required attendance events are also scheduled every other Saturday throughout the academy course.
Recruits will leave the Reserve Academy with a fundamental knowledge about law, law enforcement procedures, and many other facets of criminal justice.
Applicants for Merit and Reserve Deputy must also include the Waiver of liability / Physician’s Release.
Applications for Merit, and Reserve deputies are only accepted during a hiring process. Applications received any other time will be discarded.
The Johnson County Sheriff’s Office is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or genetic information. Each applicant and employee will be limited by his/her own abilities and qualifications, and the department will endeavor to select, hire, and maintain in its employ only the best-qualified persons available for any particular position.