The Deputy Reserve Program consists of volunteers from all around
Hampshire County who work in conjunction with the deputies to provide a safer
and better place to live for the citizens of Hampshire County.  

The Deputy Reserves enhance the force at public functions such as football
games, Hampshire County Fair, Heritage Days, and many others too numerous
to mention.  Deputy Reserves often accompany full time Deputies on their
scheduled patrols and assist where needed.

Requirements are to be at least 21 years of age, with a clean criminal history.  
Membership is decided by the active members of the organization with the final
decision resting with the Reserve Coordinator and the Sheriff.  

The Reserve Coordinator is Corporal J.E. Carter.  Cpl. Carter has been a full
time deputy with the Sheriff's Office since April 2004.  He graduated the WV
State Police Academy in April of 2005.  Before beginning full time employment
with the Sheriff's Office, Cpl. Carter was an active member of the Deputy
Reserve Program since it's inception in the Summer of 2002.
Hampshire County Sheriff's Office
DEPUTY RESERVE PROGRAM
DEPUTY RESERVE ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR MEMBERSHIP

The Deputy Reserve Program is currently full.  However, we are still accepting applications for future
openings.  If you are interested in participating in this program, please stop by our office and pick up
an application, or click the link below to download an application.  

There are a few requirements to be a Deputy Reserve:

You must be 21 or older

Must be a Hampshire County resident

You must have a clean criminal history.

You must have a WV Driver's License with a good driving record.

Be willing to participate in at least 10 hours of service per month

THIS IS A VOLUNTEER POSITION.
CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION
(Requires Microsoft Word)
John P. Alkire, Sheriff