FBI CANADA: CHIEF SHERIFF DEPARTMENT'S DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
A Chief Sheriff is the chief law enforcement officer in a jurisdiction. The Chief Sheriff and his deputies patrol their respective national / provincial territories and have the power to apprehend & charge persons who are a threat to peace, lawful order, human rights or national security.
In some cases the sheriff's department issues arrest / search warrants for suspected criminals and seizes illicit goods / proceeds of crime found during the arrest / investigation process. The department also receives complaints and emergency calls from the public concerning criminal / unlawful activity and executes the necessary law enforcement procedures to address the situation in accordance with the Criminal Code of Canada & The Superior Court of Justice Act.
Duties of the Chief Sheriff’s department include enforcement of orders provided by courts, including foreclosure and writs of execution. When an accused person or witness fails to appear before the court on the mandated court date, a sheriff enforces arrest warrants issued by the court. The sheriff and his deputies also work in the superior courts as bailiffs. They offer security in the courts, arrange for transportation for defendants and escort them in and out of the courtroom. The sheriff’s department also acts as legal servers for processes, court orders, civil litigation lawsuits and notices issued by the court. The Sheriff's Department is also responsible for keeping a record of all statements submitted in any matter where charges have been laid pursuant to any court proceeding.
Court Finance Collection
Within the jurisdiction of Canada, the sheriff's department collects & enforces debts ordered by the court and maintains a records system for civil orders levied. The department follows up on residents / corporate entities who are delinquent on court ordered debts and enforces payment. Because the sheriff's department has a duty to protect the interests of it's citizens & institutions within the country, the sheriff's department has jurisdiction to execute authority throughout all national / provincial territories in Canada.
CHIEF FIREARMS COMMISSIONER /
CHIEF FIREARMS OFFICER DUTIES:
AS THE CHIEF FIREARMS COMMISSIONER OF THE FEDERAL LAW ENFORCEMENT & NATIONAL SECURITY INTELLIGENCE AGENCY OF THE ISRAELITE GOVERNMENT SOVEREIGNTY JUSTICE ADMINISTRATION OVER THE FIREARM LICENSING COMMISSION OF CANADA , The Chief Firearms Commissioner; Chief Sheriff Miller, serves as the Commissioner of Firearms & the chief executive of the federalized law enforcement agency of Canada. ... It is the duty of The Chief to appoint at least one Registrar of Firearms in every province to issue and revoke firearms registration certificates and carriers' licenses, The Chief also must maintain all firearm records on The IGS Firearms Registry & while executing & enforcing the necessary law enforcement policies to hold all licensed firearm owners accountable for any offenses stemming from misuse of registered & restricted firearms.
The sheriff’s department also has a duty to monitor traffic to pull over, investigate, interrogate and/or arrest suspected / wanted offenders in assigned jurisdictions.
Deputy Sheriff's / Police Officers with the Sheriff's department have the power of authority to stop vehicles and issue citations for drivers who violate traffic laws & to arrest & search vehicles that are caught in the commission of a criminal offence or whenever warranted by way of probable cause. In the event of an accident, they visit the scene and collect the necessary evidence for an investigation. They question those involved in the accident as well as witnesses. The department also offers first aid to those injured in accidents until emergency medical responders arrive.
Job Duties and Tasks for: "Chief Sheriff and Deputy Sheriffs"
1) Detain offenders in custody until charges / summons are issued or until the investigation is completed determining whether further charges are warranted.
2) Transport or escort prisoners and / or defendants en route to courtrooms, prisons or jails, to the station / department, or medical facilities.
3) Patrol specific areas in vehicles to detect law violators, issue citations, and make arrests.
4) Execute arrest warrants, locating and taking persons into custody, taking statements during investigations & laying charges.
5) Investigating illegal or suspicious activities.
6) Notifying patrol units to take violators into custody or to provide needed assistance or medical aid.
7) Question individuals entering secured areas to determine their business, directing and rerouting individuals as necessary.
8) Record daily activities, and submit logs and other related reports and paperwork to appropriate authorities.
9) Serve statements of claims, subpoenas, summonses, jury summonses, orders to pay alimony, and other court orders.
10) Take control of accident scenes to maintain traffic flow, to assist accident victims, and to investigate causes.
11) Verify that the proper legal charges have been made against law offenders.
12) Patrol and guard courthouses, grand jury rooms, or assigned areas, in order to provide security, enforce laws, maintain order, and arrest violators.
13) Locate and confiscate real or personal property, as directed by court order.
14) Manage jail operations, and tend to jail inmates.
CHIEF SHERIFF OF FBI CANADA / I.G.S. NATIONAL SECURITY:
CHIEF SHERIFF MILLER