Finance and Accounting Unit

The Finance Unit consists of the following: Payroll, Accounts Payable & Receivable, Financial Reporting, Cash Management and accounts for all agency owned property with a value of $1,000 or more.

Payroll is responsible for paying approximately 360 members every two weeks. This area deals with all aspects including payroll taxes, W-2 reporting, all record keeping for numerous payroll benefits and deductions including health insurance, retirement contributions, deferred compensation, savings bonds, child support, liens, and garnishments. They also track leave credits available to agency members.

Accounts Payable
This area oversees the payment of all invoices. The Accounts Payable function is designed so that only properly authorized payments are made, thereby safeguarding taxpayer money. They also audit all vendor invoices to ensure that payments are in accordance with goods and services provided

Cash Management
This area is responsible for the daily deposit of all money received at the Sheriff's Office. This includes money for such items as grants, restitutions, inmate money, proceeds from sales of vehicles, fingerprinting, record checks, report copies, public records requests, community maintenance program fees, concealed weapons permits, civil process fees and other various sources.

 Finance team members working on a computer