This Division consists of five employees (District Court/Citation Coordinator, Civil Process Coordinator, Warrants Coordinator, and Records Management Coordinator) who manage the ‘business’ side of the Sheriff’s Office. In addition to financial and operational responsibilities, they have daily contact with members of the public in the office and by phone.
The Office Manager coordinates all clerical and record keeping responsibilities for the Sheriff's Office. They directly manage the accounts payable processes, Circuit Court Bond and Fine Account, disbursement of restitution payments to crime victims, and makes monthly settlements with the Circuit and District Court Clerks and the County Treasurer for all monies received.
The District Court/Citation Coordinator is responsible for managing the traffic and misdemeanor citations. She has the responsibility of maintaining the District Court docket. She also has the added responsibilities, in the Administration Offices, for being the receptionist and telephone operator.
The Civil Process Coordinator is responsible for receiving, maintaining, and tracking all civil process that comes to the Sheriff's Office. These include Orders of Protection, Summonses, Subpoenas, Eviction Notices, and various Writs. In addition, the Civil Process Coordinator serves as the Sheriff's Secretary and Administrative Assistant.
The Records Management Coordinator is primarily responsible for preparing, entering, and maintaining all Incident/Offense Reports and Accident Reports that are submitted by the various deputies. This position also assists with submitting Sheriff's Office payroll information to the County Clerk on a bi-weekly basis. In addition, she serves as a back-up receptionist and telephone operator in the Administration Offices.
The Warrants Coordinator's primary responsibility is for felony arrest warrants from Circuit Court, misdemeanor arrest warrants, commitments, and Child Support Enforcement pick-up orders. She is also responsible for warrant fees for the county warrants. The Saline County Sheriff's Office processes approximately 5 - 10 thousand warrants a year.
Administrative Lieutenant, Daniel Dodson. is charge of all the vehicles, vehicle maintenance, officer equipment, officer uniforms, radios, sheriff's office computer networks, and computers.