Meet the Sheriff |
Meet the Command Staff |
Have you ever been curious what a deputy does? What other positions help run law enforcement in Storey County? Here’s your opportunity to get to know Storey County’s Sheriff Office. And, if you’re interested in joining our team, click here for current openings.
- Sheriff: As the head of the law enforcement agency, the Sheriff directs the Storey County Sheriff's Office in all activities pertaining to the protection of life and property of county residents, visitors, and businesses. The Sheriff is an elected official and manages a staff of 24 paid employees, 12 volunteer employees, and a fleet of approximately 15 marked and unmarked vehicles. The Sheriff develops and implements plans, policies, service programs, and supervises staff to enforce the directives of the office.
Gerald Antinoro - elected 2010
Chief Deputy: This position oversees and provides guidance and support to the Records Division, Civil Division, Detention Facility and Patrol Sergeants. The Chief Deputy also provides statistical data to the Sheriff for strategic planning and assists with administrative duties, such as budget, policy formation, enforcement, and scheduling. This is a uniformed position that fills in where needed in the patrol and jail divisions.
Tad Fletcher - appointed 2012
- Sergeant: The Storey County Sheriff’s Office Sergeants oversee the day-to-day activities of deputies in the Patrol, Investigative, and Jail Divisions: they respond to calls for services, provide guidance and assistance to deputies as needed, correct and approve reports, and conduct uniform and vehicle inspections.
Sergeant Ken Quirk, Patrol Division
Sergeant Jeff Bowers, Patrol Division
Sergeant Tim Guthrie, Patrol Division
Sergeant Tony Dosen, Detention Sergeant
Sergeant Melanie Keener, Investigations Division
- Deputy: Storey County deputies are the backbone of the agency. Most of the deputies are specifically tasked to patrol the county; prevent and detect criminal acts; apprehend violators; and assist citizens as needed while maintaining the professionalism and integrity our county deserves. Their goal is to provide the safest environment possible for our citizens and visitors. Some deputies are assigned to the jail. This is a specifically taxing assignment because these deputies have the responsibility to provide for the constant care and custody of those individuals incarcerated in the county jail.
- Administrative Assistant: This position is responsible for a wide array of functions to ensuring the Sheriff’s Business Office runs smoothly. Duties include, records processing and retention, paying bills, ordering supplies, and processing work cards, to name a few. The Storey County Sheriff's Office Administrative Assistant fulfills a vital role in maintaining the administrative functions of the Sheriff’s Office.