Cayuga County

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Brian Schenck
Sheriff

Undersheriff

William Smith

Address

7445 County House Rd., Auburn, NY 13021

Phone

315-253-4337

Website

http://www.cayugasheriff.com

Population

80,000

Area

864 square miles

County

Cayuga

County Seat

Auburn, NY

Career

Deputy Sheriff, Cayuga County Sheriff’s Office, 1997 – 2003
-General Law enforcement duties, Initial responder to all calls for service.
- Primarily responsible for traffic and DWI enforcement

Detective/Investigator, Cayuga County Sheriff’s Office, 2003 – 2015
-Lead investigations of felony level crimes, was primarily responsible to conduct follow-up investigations of domestic violence cases and assisted patrol division with criminal investigations as needed

Detective Lieutenant, Cayuga County Sheriff’s Office, 2015 – Present
- Duties included supervising detectives and detective sergeant’s daily activities, supervising all felony investigations, review all domestic violence cases investigated by the Sheriff’s Office

Education / Training

• Union Springs High School
• Central New York Police Academy
• Syracuse University – Cayuga County Leadership Program Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs
• Columbia Southern University, A.A.S. Criminal Justice
• Columbia Southern University, B.S. Criminal Justice Administration

Honors and Achievements

LAW ENFORCEMENT RELATED ASSOCIATIONS

• Cayuga County Deputy Sheriff’s Police Association – Past President
• Cayuga County Deputy Sheriff’s Benevolent Association – Past President
• Cayuga County Sheriff’s Child Passenger Safety Program – Former Administrator
• Cayuga County Sheriff's SWAT Team - Past member and former Team Leader

Sheriffs Office Accomplishments

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

• H.E.A.L. (Heroin Epidemic Action League) board member
• Cayuga County Drug Free Coalition member
• Cayuga County Domestic Violence Coalition member
• Cayuga Seneca Action Agency board member
• Cayuga County Community Services Substance Abuse Sub Committee Chair
And numerous other community organizations that support the mission of the Cayuga County Sheriff's Office.

Accomplishments / Affiliations

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT
• H.E.A.L. (Heroin Epidemic Action League) Board Member 2016 – present
• Cayuga County Drug Free Community Coalition - member
• Cayuga County United Way Campaign - 2011
• Town of Springport Comprehensive Plan Visioning Committee Co-Chair 2009 – 2011
• Yearly Shop With a Cop Program 2015 - 2017
• Tomato Fest Food Drive 2016 and 2017
• Cayuga County Domestic Violence Coalition
• Boy Scouts – Pack 54 Cayuga
• Cayuga CCYO Basketball Youth Coach
• Recipient Central NY Chiefs of Police Law Enforcement Commendation – 2009
• Recipient of multiple Letters of Commendation while serving the Cayuga County Sheriff’s Office