Blaine County Sheriff's Office has a unique and ever changing landscape to ensure safety and security across the county. With a vast jurisdiction and difficult terrain, BCSO strives to protect all civilians within the county.
Traffic enforcement is one of the core functions of the Traffic Enforcement Unit (TEU). Traffic Enforcement Unit operations utilize specialized patrol vehicles and detection equipment to address general traffic concerns. These teams are directed to areas experiencing high crash rates and complaints of violations.
The Criminal Investigations Unit (CIU) is comprised of detectives and technicians charged with the duty of investigation, analysis, and presentation of cases to the State of San Andreas Governor. The CIU also has responsibility for leading undercover operations that target serious and organised crime.
The Blaine County Wildlife Rangers are here to protect the natural and cultural resources of the National parks in Blaine County for the education and enjoyment for future generations. Our goal is to protect visitors and wildlife of the State of San Andreas.
The Warrant Enforcement subdivision is tasked with executing arrest and search warrants issued out of and within Blaine County, and bringing those criminals to justice. These deputies are trained in fugitive recovery and tactical response, and may lead a search to help find suspects that are hiding within a perimeter.
The past and present of county law enforcement
Blaine County was founded in 1927 after the recognition of the county by San Andreas state legislature. The county was self policed until a ratification of a county law that created the Blaine County Sheriff's Office.
The Blaine County Sheriff’s Office is committed to protect the lives, property and rights of all people, to maintain order and to enforce the law. The Blaine County Sheriff’s Office will strive to accomplish this mission by setting goals and objectives and practicing the core values of the Office.