The Sheriff, There Is truly no higher honor, the Shield worn over their heart is a symbol of power in the Land/Soil Jurisdiction. The Sheriff is the highest enforcement officer in the Land, bound by the County borders. The Sheriff is elected by the people to be their Guarantee of Peace/Protection. The Sheriffs Star is a symbol of that defense, safety and well being of the People of the county to which he/she was elected.
The actual County Sheriff is responsible for the enforcement of the Public and Organic Law, including the actual Constitution owed to our States and the protection of the property, persons, and guaranteed rights of the people living within the borders of his County. So those County Sheriffs who are Peacekeeping Officials serving the unincorporated land and soil jurisdiction Counties, are the embodiment of the Public Law and the executors of the Law of the Land and the Law of the Soil within their County’s borders. All “Sheriffs” serving incorporated “Counties” as Law Enforcement Officers are obligated to come to the aid and assistance of the actual Sheriff and to obey the directions of the actual County Sheriff.
Sheriffs are not “law enforcement officials” but are “peacekeepers”. The Office is “limited” to the physical parameters of that County. The County Sheriff can tell any “US MARSHAL” to take a hike.
Sheriffs operating on the soil and land jurisdictions are public peacekeeping officials. The public officials outrank the private (corporate) officers, but in the absence of public peacekeeping officials, the private officers enter the vacated office of “County Sheriff” and act “as” both kinds of Sheriff until the public office is re-occupied. As a result, many so-called “County Sheriffs” are not actually functioning as County Sheriffs. They are simply federal corporation franchise employees considered Dual Citizens by the federal organizations, who have the option to enforce the Law of the Land — or not — as they see fit. This gives them almost God-like usurped power, until and unless the people in the actual, factual County wake up … and elect their own County Sheriff to serve specifically in the actual Public Office as an elected peacekeeping official. This usurpation of our Public Offices … by privately owned and operated commercial corporations and their employees is a violation of our Constitutions at all levels.
The Authority Pyramid in the actual American States goes like this:
County Sheriff (Peacekeeper – Public)
State Marshal-at-Arms (Peacekeeper – Public)
State Militia Commander (Peacekeeper – Public)
State Troopers or Rangers (Peacekeeper – Public)
LEO’s – Private Pinkertons, “Sheriffs” (Law Enforcement – Private)
Private Detectives, Bailiffs, etc. (Can be State or State of State)
And on the Federal (International) side:
Federal, also known as Continental, Marshals (Peacekeeper – Public)
U.S. Marshals (Law Enforcement – Private)
Agency Personnel (Law Enforcement – Private)
Provost Marshal (Should be a Peacekeeping Officer, but isn’t currently.)
It must be understood that the authority these officials and officers have depends upon “where they stand”. On the land and soil of the States, actual County Sheriffs and State Troopers and Federal Continental Marshals outrank all LEO’s and Agency Personnel.
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Duties of the Constitutional County Sheriff
A sheriff manages his or her deputies, who are usually uniformed officers who patrol and maintain order in the community. The sheriff monitors and directs deputies as they perform the following duties – investigating complaints, emergency response, patrolling, monitoring traffic safety, resolving disputes, arresting suspects, criminal investigation, and executing warrants. The sheriff is also responsible for managerial and clerical office duties, which may include ﬁlling out paperwork on warrants and complaints, reviewing patrol logs, overseeing hiring and training of deputies, managing the county jail, and writing and distributing the budget. The sheriff also may be responsible for, or at least take part in, public forums on policing matters, as well as community outreach programs.
The County Sheriff
The County Sheriff elected by the County Jural Assembly Members is the top Public Law Official in the country. Within the physical boundaries of his County, he is the embodiment of the Public Law and its chief enforcer. Because he works for the soil jurisdiction, the actual County Sheriff is a “Peacekeeping Official”. Peacekeepers work for the people, the land and the soil. Law Enforcement Officers (LEOs) work for “persons” — the corporations and their shareholders operating as incorporated States of State, like the “State of Ohio”. (We have been well and thoroughly confused and duped into thinking that their “County Sheriff’ is our “County Sheriff”, when in fact an unlawful conversion has taken place. Many of those operating our Counties back in the 1960’s took the bait of “Federal Block Grants” and elected to incorporate the unincorporated Counties they were working for. In doing so, they unwittingly removed and converted the actual County Government into mere commercial corporations operated as franchises … They handed over our sovereignty “for us” in exchange for racketeering kickbacks.
Common Law Sheriffs
Our Common Law Sheriffs, the highest elected peacekeeping officials in this country, were unlawfully converted into “Pinkertons” — private Law Enforcement Officers… It’s time for the rest of us to wise up about the way in which our counties were hijacked, and our public offices demeaned and unlawfully converted into private corporate offices. It’s time that upholding the constitutional guarantees of Americans became something more than a “discretionary” duty. If your Sheriff is a member of the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association, please reach out to him and let him know the cavalry is coming. The American States and People are on the move to take back their country and restore their Common Law Sheriffs to full operation and authority.
Duties of the Deputy Sheriffs
Deputy Sheriffs provide Peace Officer services in counties. This includes protecting citizens and property by patrolling neighborhoods, citing reckless drivers, making arrests, responding to calls for assistance and serving warrants; as well as booking and processing prisoners and crime scene investigation. This may include assisting during natural disasters and other emergencies, and guarding disaster areas; plus maintaining peace and security in courtrooms, the serving of court documents, escort detainees to and from court proceedings, and prepare and keep records