Blaine County Sheriff's Office



 BCSO Sheriff

Office of the Sheriff


Sheriff of the BCSO


Position Open

Chief Deputy of the BCSO

About the Blaine County Sheriff's Office

The Blaine County Sheriff’s Office is a diverse, accredited law enforcement agency staffed by members from various backgrounds. The BCSO, while not one of the largest police agencies in San Andreas, is responsible for patrolling the 4,752 square miles of Blaine County as well as any other jurisdictions when requested for mutual aid. Members fill a variety of roles in the BCSO including road patrol, jail/courtroom security, criminal investigations, aviation, administration, and other essential subunits that allow the agency to function efficiently. One of the most unique things about the Blaine County Sheriff’s Office is that several municipalities within our jurisdiction have no local police agency of their own, making it the responsibility of this agency to police these locales. Given the vast size of Blaine County, response times to incidents are typically longer than those of a city agency and deputies are expected to be able to function independently, because backup may be delayed or not available at all. All members of the BCSO are held to the highest standard of professionalism because they are representatives of Blaine County and the State of San Andreas. The primary goals of all persons employed by this agency are to serve and protect all persons within our jurisdiction.

Join the Blaine County Sheriff's Office

Universal Emergency Services only hires 4-6 times per year, and of the hundreds of applications that are received each hiring period only an average of 10 candidates are selected and complete UES’ Regional Law Enforcement Academy. For a limited time however, UES is expediting the hiring process for candidates to give them the opportunity to join and experience our community in a quick and streamlined process, sometimes getting people into events the same day they apply. If you are interested in joining the Blaine County Sheriff's Office, be sure to select so on your application. The BCSO will set you up to have a successful career in UES so long as you possess these core traits and values:

  • Commitment to Service
  • Integrity
  • Composure Under Stress
  • Understanding
  • Unbiased

The Blaine County Sheriff's Office accepts individuals who believe in and exemplify these core traits and values. The BCSO is currently seeking qualified candidates who are highly motivated to join our agency and fill various openings across all divisions and take advantage of advancement opportunities for supervisory positions. Becoming a member of the BCSO is no easy feat, but if you choose to accept this challenge you will be rewarded on a daily basis knowing that you are a member of a dedicated law enforcement agency that helps maintain the safety and security of all persons within Blaine County and the state of San Andreas.

Divisions Within the Blaine County Sheriff's Office

(Some sections under development.)

Responsibilities of a Deputy

Respond to calls for service in a safe and timely manner

Enhance community relations on and off the job

Provide jail and courtroom security throughout the County

Cooperate with and assist other law enforcement agencies

Be fit for duty at all times

Understand and abide by the BCSO Policy Manual

Protect and serve the citizens and residents of Blaine County

Chain of Command


Chief Deputy