Jurisdiction Sheriff Role is to serve warrants and court

Jurisdiction
is a power that makes very important judgments and decisions. The power that
they have is the power of legal or political agencies to carry out its power
over territory, people, or subject matter. When I talk about a subject matter I
am talking about authority to obtain from the laws or constitution to look at a
certain case. Now jurisdiction over territory is about the geographic area a
court can decide on their cases. Personal Jurisdiction is where a certain party
in the case can be sued by the court depending on the courts decision. Now
there are many jurisdictions in law enforcement like local police, state
police/highway police, special jurisdiction police and deputy sheriffs. Local
Police jobs are the take care of local investigations and patrol, they get
there power through the local government body that made it.  State Police
and Highway Patrol to duties that include state investigations and highway
patrol, they get their power through the state bureau of investigations.
Special Jurisdiction Police role is to provide services for certain areas
within their jurisdictions like housing authorities, schools, parks, hospitals,
government’s buildings, and transportation. They pretty much serve the exact
purpose as the local police. Deputy Sheriff Role is to serve warrants and court
summons, run local prisons, and to respond to calls the get that are outside
the local police boundaries. Now the deputies get there power from the state.
The reasons they are around are to make sure the laws are being followed at the
local county level. The reason that jurisdiction is so important is because
without jurisdiction the court does not have the right legal authority to judge
the case. For the court to make judgment on a case they have to have
jurisdiction on the case, you have to have personal Jurisdiction and subject
matter jurisdiction. Subject Matter Jurisdiction is when you have the power to
listen to certain cases.