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Blaine County Sheriff's Office

Welcome to the Office of the Blaine County Sheriff

The Blaine County Sheriff’s Office is committed to protecting the lives, property and rights of all people, maintaining order and enforcing the law. The Blaine County Sheriff’s Office will strive to accomplish this mission by setting goals and objectives and practising the core values of the Office. It is our mission to improve and maintain the quality of life we enjoy and to ensure that our county is a safe place to live, work and visit. We are totally dedicated to this mission, to the County we serve and to accept the responsibility of attaining our goal of achieving excellence within our profession. The Blaine County Sheriff’s Office’s values are its principles and beliefs, which guide the Office’s members as they pursue the Office’s mission. The underlying premise of the Blaine County Sheriff’s Office is that officers shall dedicate themselves to treating people with respect, fairness and compassion.

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The Game Warden Service are the primary enforcement entity of fish, game, and maritime laws within Blaine and Los Santos County. Unique to SADIFW is the numerous resources at their disposal; marine units, search and rescue helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft, all-terrain vehicles (ATVs), and mountain bicycles. The Wardens enforce hunting, fishing, poaching, and natural resource conservation laws.


Lead GameWarden:
 

The Special Investigations Unit conducts criminal investigations within the county alongside other subdivisions and deputies of the Sheriff’s Office along with personnel from other law enforcement agencies in San Andreas. Apart from the investigation of criminal activity that already occurred, preventative operations also fall under the purview of SIU. A number of subbranches and certifications are available to members of SUI, each focusing on a certain aspect of investigation and prevention; major crimes, gangs, auto theft, special reconnaissance, cybercrimes, and so on.


Special Investigations Coordinator:
 

A successful motorcycle patrol unit requires the assignment of qualified personnel, the purchase of quality equipment, and the establishment of appropriate management direction. Therefore, the decision to start such a unit requires a long-term commitment from management. A decision that often is scrutinized.

Such a unit, however, can contribute significantly towards extremely effective public relations, can resolve specific problems that cannot be handled by a normal patrol vehicle, and can provide additional career opportunities for patrol deputies.


Motor Bike Coordinator:
 

Deputies with the Traffic Enforcement Division specialize in traffic-related matters, whether it be law enforcement, traffic control, accident investigation, or something of a related matter. Additional focuses include law enforcement air support within the Blaine County airspace, commercial vehicle enforcement (CVE) on county roadways, crash investigation and reconstruction, and tow services for disabled vehicles or vehicles collected as evidence following a crime.


Traffic Enforcement Coordinator: Jordan Walker

Together a K9 deputy and his police dog perform a number of duties, one of them being the detection of illegal drugs. They play an important role in the war against drugs. Criminals have become so proficient at concealing illegal drugs in all manner of objects and crevices, far removed from a deputies field of vision that it would be nearly impossible for a deputy to detect it. Dogs, on the other hand, with their superior sense of smell are seldom fooled by these tactics. K9 deputies will also inspect vehicles if they suspect that it contains illegal substances. The same rules apply to explosives and concealed weapons.

Lead Canine Handler:

The Air Support Unit members make up the aircrew with a mixture of pilots and tactical flight deputies. Patrol missions are flown with at least one pilot and one tactical flight officer on board the aircraft. All unit pilots are dual rated in both fixed-wing airplanes and rotor-wing helicopters. The unit is constantly in a state of training to ensure that the aircrew stays on the leading edge of tactics, emergency procedures, technology, and many other aspects that encompass the airborne law enforcement and public safety missions that the unit flies.


Lead Flight Pilot: Andy Smith
 

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