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Thank you for your interest in employment with the Grant Parish Sheriff's Office! 

The Grant Parish Sheriff's Office is a professional law enforcement organization committed to meeting the challenging needs of Grant Parish, its residents, and visitors.


While the Grant Parish Sheriff's Office has certain minimum qualifications for its candidates, all applicants are considered for available positions without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability, sexual orientation or any other legally protected status.


Each step of our selection process is vital in helping us select dedicated individuals to serve the residents of Grant Parish. Honesty plays a critical factor during the application completion, processing period, and after one becomes a deputy sheriff. 

Deputies employed by the Grant Parish Sheriff's Office enjoy a great benefits package including life insurance, employer paid health insurance (including vision & dental), excellent retirement plan, and annual paid time off.  To see more details about this benefits package, please click here.

Applications submitted will remain valid for one (1) year from the date submitted, before they expire.  If you have submitted an application for employment over one year ago, please complete a new application.

If you would like to view the benefits package for all full-time deputies, please click here.

To view more about why you should choose the Grant Parish Sheriff's Office for your law enforcement and public service career, please click here.


Note:  The Grant Parish Sheriff's Office provides professional law enforcement and public services to the community 24-hours per day, 365 days per year, and as such, most of the full-time positions require working rotating shifts, including nights, weekends and holidays.

Full-Time Entry Level Positions


Perform radio and communications work on an assigned shift. Provides information to patrol units on calls in progress as well as other divisions as needed. Receives and shares data as appropriate with law enforcement agencies throughout the parish and country. May be required to respond to calls for service in emergency situations.


General law enforcement work to protect lives, property, and rights of the citizens and visitors of Grant Parish. Duties include answering calls for service, patrolling the communities, securing crime scenes, and enforcement of all traffic, criminal, and safety laws.


Maintains the custody and security of prison offenders through supervision, observation, and monitoring of offender activities and enforcement of security policies and procedures of the Grant Parish Detention Facility and the Louisiana Department of Corrections.


The Grant Parish Sheriff's Office is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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