The Support Services Division provides assistance to the Sheriff’s Office and the citizens of New Hanover County. The Division consists of the Animal Services Unit, Accreditation, Crime Awareness and Prevention Unit, Grants, Honor Guard, Logistics, School Crossing Guards, Tactical Flight Officer assigned to the SABLE program and the Sheriff’s Office Range.
The Support Services Division also oversees the Sheriff’s Office Chaplain’s, VIPR program and is responsible for coordinating the Sheriff’s Citizens Academy. The symbol for this Division is a set of columns which show each individual unit representing a pillar to support the day to day operations of the Sheriff’s Office.
Each Unit within this Division has a unique goal which you can learn more about by clicking the links on the page below.
It is the goal of the New Hanover County Sheriff’s Crime Awareness and Prevention Unit to reduce and prevent crime through its outreach and educational programs. Sheriff Ed McMahon’s priorities are the county’s children and senior citizens. We feel that education is crime prevention, The Crime Awareness and Prevention Unit strives to educate our citizens and their children to reduce their chances of being the victim of a crime.
The goal of this unit is to prevent crime by deterring those who would violate the law through highly visible proactive patrolling of the county. To accomplish these objective deputies rapidly and prudently respond to calls for aid, conduct through preliminary investigations, and assist the citizens of this county with a myriad of legal, medical, social and humanitarian problems.
To obtain information on the programs below, please contact Cpl. G. Moore 910-409-6560, firstname.lastname@example.org or Sgt. W. Montjoy 910-798-4245, email@example.com
3950 Juvenile Center Rd.
Castle Hayne, North Carolina 28429
(910) 798-4165 Office
(910) 798-4257 Fax
“An Equal Opportunity Employer”
The New Hanover County Sheriff’s Office is accepting applications for full-time Detention Officers and Deputy Sheriff’s to fill current vacancies: Working in the Detention Facility.
Deputy Salary: $21.22 an hour / $46,360 annually
Detention Officer: $19.25 an hour / $42,050 annually
Candidates must successfully complete a written examination, physical abilities test, structured interview, background investigation, polygraph examination, psychological evaluation, and medical examination.
The mission of New Hanover County Sheriff’s Office Animal Services Unit is to protect the public from the threat of rabies virus exposure and to ensure proper animal care, through prevention, public perception, and education.
In keeping with the keystone principles of “Professionalism, Responsibility, Accountability, and Integrity” Sheriff Ed McMahon has directed the New Hanover County Sheriff’s Office to submit to a voluntary assessment to determine if we meet the standards to be awarded accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA). The Commission was created in 1979 as a credentialing authority through the joint efforts of law enforcement’s major executive associations:
Having been awarded accreditation, the agency must now maintain compliance with applicable standards, keep its proofs of compliance up-to-date, and live by the letter and spirit of those standards. To retain its accredited status, the agency is required to submit to CALEA their annual report. Reaccreditation occurs at the end of the three years, following another successful on-site assessment and hearing before the Commission.