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Escambia County Sheriff's Office Employer Reviews

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Improving
Nurse Manager - Main Jail and CBD (Current Employee), Pensacola, FlAugust 5, 2013
Pros: family work life balance
Cons: politics
Working to improve.
I have some very good co-workers who have made the difference in the quality of care for the individuals that are housed at our facility.
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Excellent deputies to work with but poor county government.
Deputy Sheriff (Former Employee), PensacolaAugust 2, 2013
Pros: great teammates and first line supervisors
Cons: low pay and no step raises
This was a great place to work with regards to the officers. Great place and awesome first line supervisors. The problem is that there are no raises and no step increases in pay. If you work there less than 6 years you will be making the same money as a new hire. This is a great place to gain experience before moving to a bigger agency.
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very structured
Admin (Former Employee), Pensacola, FlJuly 6, 2013
Pros: the experience and knowledge learned
Cons: pay scale was very low
Started out in Civil Division, where we processed subpoenas for county court. Attention to detail was crucial. I was personaly selected by the Sheriff to come and be a receptionist for his executive office. Loved working with all employees from both departments.
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Average county department
Law Enforcement Officer (Current Employee), Pensacola, FlAugust 17, 2012
Pros: take home cars, leave accrual, health and retirement benefits
Cons: lack of raises, advancement within specialized units
The most enjoyable part of working for a mid to large size agency has been the opportunity to move around within the department to not only avoid job burnout, but learn specialized duties and allow oneself to find a niche in law enforcement that can be identified as his/her specialty.