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The Sheriff is the Chief Law Enforcement Officer in the County.  Within their jurisdiction, the Sheriff has more power and authority than the Governor of the State, and the President of the United States. The Sheriff has the power to deem a law or regulation unconstitutional and therefore invalid (Nullification). It is their sworn duty to protect the Constitution and the People, to stop tyranny at the County line, and to defend the inalienable rights of the citizens within his, or her jurisdiction. Constables are empowered to enforce both criminal and civil laws, Police Officers are empowered to enforce criminal and traffic laws, Sheriff's as the chief law enforcement officer of the County, are empowered to enforce criminal, civil, and traffic laws. Their Sheriff is the person that the people have elected and his job is to do all the things that the people have the rightful power to do themselves. He's the one that can tell the U.S. Marshall to get in line as long as he's within the Sheriffs county. 
Remember, under the Constitution, the people are supposed to be the boss. Sheriffs and Constables are the only law enforcers that are elected. The others are not. However, although the President is also elected, the Constitution’s strict limitations on federal power and assurance of sovereignty to the States, and to the People, stems from the idea that the people’s power is manifest close to home. In other words, self ruling, free people. Under that ideal, any power originating from afar, is not self governance. Thus, the Sheriff can even tell the President of the United States how it's going to be, if indeed the President were to get out of line within the Sheriff's county. 

The Sheriff, being elected, has upon himself, the tempering circumstances of being accountable to the people who can elect another, if discontent. Such is not the case with the other law enforcement agencies at any level, local, state or federal, with the singular exception of State Constables.

Pennsylvania's Constables, like Sheriffs are elected peace officers serving as the law enforcement arm of the Judiciary, which is the Commonwealth's district court system, and the Common Pleas Courts. Certified Constables have statewide jurisdiction in Pennsylvania and, as sworn law enforcement/peace officers with arresting powers throughout the state, are authorized to carry out duties for civil and criminal proceedings, and to arrest for felony crimes or breaches of the peace, either committed in their presence, or by warrant. They are authorized to perform this duty anywhere in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Constables are available to assist the needs of the office of the County Sheriff, as well as local police departments, if so requested. State Constables were established in Pennsylvania in 1664, making Constables Pennsylvania's oldest form of law enforcement officer. 

Certified Constables are also empowered to carry out the state's district court system's business. Some of the ways they do so is by serving arrest warrants, mental health warrants, court summons, complaints and subpoenas. They also transport prisoners, and enforce protection from abuse orders, orders of eviction and judgment levies. Constables are the only law enforcement officials permitted to monitor the polls on election day. It is their duty to ensure that the Constitutional rights of all voters are protected, and that no qualified voter is threatened, intimidated, or impeded from voting. 
Constables are required to attend and pass an 80 hour training curriculum to receive Certification through the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency (PCCD) under Act 44, and to successfully complete 40 hours of annual updates on law and firearms training to maintain their Certification during their term of office.

Consider Counties with Declared Constitutional Sheriffs & Peace Officers.

An important relocation consideration, or consideration in general, is to be in an area where the county Sheriff and other Peace Officers have publicly declared their intent to honor their sacred oaths to protect and defend the Constitution, and to defend their constituents against unconstitutional perpetrators.  Many of these have civilian auxiliaries which can be joined to augment local forces in defense of communities.  If your county does not have a Constitutional Sheriff, you can learn how to elect one in the next election. The CSPOA (Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association) is growing daily and needs your support.  An updated list of Sheriffs, state associations, and Peace Officers is available here.http://www.sheriffbrigadesofpenn.com/resources/the-sheriff-is-the-chief-law-enforcement-officer/-_PA_State_Constable_Certification.html-_PA_State_Constable_Certification.htmlhttp://cspoa.org/sheriffs-gun-rights/shapeimage_24_link_0shapeimage_24_link_1shapeimage_24_link_2shapeimage_24_link_3
County Sheriffs and State Constables are the only Constitutionally elected Peace Officers in the United States.



• Chief Law Enfocement Officer
• Federal Agents are not Police Officers
• Arrest Authority of Constables
• PA Fraternal Order of Constables
• Constable Certification
• Constitutional Sheriffs & Peace Officers Association

https://www.google.com/search?q=cheif+law+enforcement+officer+in+a+county&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-ahttp://ten8.wordpress.com/2008/12/11/feds-are-not-police-officers/http://ten8.wordpress.com/2008/12/11/pennsylvania-constables-have-significant-arrest-authority/http://pafoc.myfastsite.net/-_PA_State_Constable_Certification.htmlhttp://cspoa.org/http://cspoa.org/shapeimage_25_link_0shapeimage_25_link_1shapeimage_25_link_2shapeimage_25_link_3shapeimage_25_link_4shapeimage_25_link_5shapeimage_25_link_6
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The Sheriff is the Chief Law Enforcement Officer in the County.  Within their jurisdiction, the Sheriff has more power and authority than the Governor of the State, and the President of the United States. The Sheriff has the power to deem a law or regulation unconstitutional and therefore invalid (Nullification). It is their sworn duty to protect the Constitution and the People, to stop tyranny at the County line, and to defend the inalienable rights of the citizens within his, or her jurisdiction. Constables are empowered to enforce both criminal and civil laws, Police Officers are empowered to enforce criminal and traffic laws, Sheriff's as the chief law enforcement officer of the County, are empowered to enforce criminal, civil, and traffic laws. Their Sheriff is the person that the people have elected and his job is to do all the things that the people have the rightful power to do themselves. He's the one that can tell the U.S. Marshall to get in line as long as he's within the Sheriffs county. 
Remember, under the Constitution, the people are supposed to be the boss. Sheriffs and Constables are the only law enforcers that are elected. The others are not. However, although the President is also elected, the Constitution’s strict limitations on federal power and assurance of sovereignty to the States, and to the People, stems from the idea that the people’s power is manifest close to home. In other words, self ruling, free people. Under that ideal, any power originating from afar, is not self governance. Thus, the Sheriff can even tell the President of the United States how it's going to be, if indeed the President were to get out of line within the Sheriff's county. 

The Sheriff, being elected, has upon himself, the tempering circumstances of being accountable to the people who can elect another, if discontent. Such is not the case with the other law enforcement agencies at any level, local, state or federal, with the singular exception of State Constables.

Pennsylvania's Constables, like Sheriffs are elected peace officers serving as the law enforcement arm of the Judiciary, which is the Commonwealth's district court system, and the Common Pleas Courts. Certified Constables have statewide jurisdiction in Pennsylvania and, as sworn law enforcement/peace officers with arresting powers throughout the state, are authorized to carry out duties for civil and criminal proceedings, and to arrest for felony crimes or breaches of the peace, either committed in their presence, or by warrant. They are authorized to perform this duty anywhere in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Constables are available to assist the needs of the office of the County Sheriff, as well as local police departments, if so requested. State Constables were established in Pennsylvania in 1664, making Constables Pennsylvania's oldest form of law enforcement officer. 

Certified Constables are also empowered to carry out the state's district court system's business. Some of the ways they do so is by serving arrest warrants, mental health warrants, court summons, complaints and subpoenas. They also transport prisoners, and enforce protection from abuse orders, orders of eviction and judgment levies. Constables are the only law enforcement officials permitted to monitor the polls on election day. It is their duty to ensure that the Constitutional rights of all voters are protected, and that no qualified voter is threatened, intimidated, or impeded from voting. 
Constables are required to attend and pass an 80 hour training curriculum to receive Certification through the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency (PCCD) under Act 44, and to successfully complete 40 hours of annual updates on law and firearms training to maintain their Certification during their term of office.

Consider Counties with Declared Constitutional Sheriffs & Peace Officers.

An important relocation consideration, or consideration in general, is to be in an area where the county Sheriff and other Peace Officers have publicly declared their intent to honor their sacred oaths to protect and defend the Constitution, and to defend their constituents against unconstitutional perpetrators.  Many of these have civilian auxiliaries which can be joined to augment local forces in defense of communities.  If your county does not have a Constitutional Sheriff, you can learn how to elect one in the next election. The CSPOA (Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association) is growing daily and needs your support.  An updated list of Sheriffs, state associations, and Peace Officers is available here.http://www.sheriffbrigadesofpenn.com/resources/the-sheriff-is-the-chief-law-enforcement-officer/-_PA_State_Constable_Certification.html-_PA_State_Constable_Certification.htmlhttp://cspoa.org/sheriffs-gun-rights/shapeimage_28_link_0shapeimage_28_link_1shapeimage_28_link_2shapeimage_28_link_3
County Sheriffs and State Constables are the only Constitutionally elected Peace Officers in the United States.



• Chief Law Enfocement Officer
• Federal Agents are not Police Officers
• Arrest Authority of Constables
• PA Fraternal Order of Constables
• Constable Certification
• Constitutional Sheriffs & Peace Officers Association

https://www.google.com/search?q=cheif+law+enforcement+officer+in+a+county&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-ahttp://ten8.wordpress.com/2008/12/11/feds-are-not-police-officers/http://ten8.wordpress.com/2008/12/11/pennsylvania-constables-have-significant-arrest-authority/http://pafoc.myfastsite.net/-_PA_State_Constable_Certification.htmlhttp://cspoa.org/http://cspoa.org/shapeimage_29_link_0shapeimage_29_link_1shapeimage_29_link_2shapeimage_29_link_3shapeimage_29_link_4shapeimage_29_link_5shapeimage_29_link_6
The Sheriff is the Chief Law Enforcement Officer in the County.  Within their jurisdiction, the Sheriff has more power and authority than the Governor of the State, and the President of the United States. The Sheriff has the power to deem a law or regulation unconstitutional and therefore invalid (Nullification). It is their sworn duty to protect the Constitution and the People, to stop tyranny at the County line, and to defend the inalienable rights of the citizens within his, or her jurisdiction. Constables are empowered to enforce both criminal and civil laws, Police Officers are empowered to enforce criminal and traffic laws, Sheriff's as the chief law enforcement officer of the County, are empowered to enforce criminal, civil, and traffic laws. Their Sheriff is the person that the people have elected and his job is to do all the things that the people have the rightful power to do themselves. He's the one that can tell the U.S. Marshall to get in line as long as he's within the Sheriffs county. 
Remember, under the Constitution, the people are supposed to be the boss. Sheriffs and Constables are the only law enforcers that are elected. The others are not. However, although the President is also elected, the Constitution’s strict limitations on federal power and assurance of sovereignty to the States, and to the People, stems from the idea that the people’s power is manifest close to home. In other words, self ruling, free people. Under that ideal, any power originating from afar, is not self governance. Thus, the Sheriff can even tell the President of the United States how it's going to be, if indeed the President were to get out of line within the Sheriff's county. 

The Sheriff, being elected, has upon himself, the tempering circumstances of being accountable to the people who can elect another, if discontent. Such is not the case with the other law enforcement agencies at any level, local, state or federal, with the singular exception of State Constables.

Pennsylvania's Constables, like Sheriffs are elected peace officers serving as the law enforcement arm of the Judiciary, which is the Commonwealth's district court system, and the Common Pleas Courts. Certified Constables have statewide jurisdiction in Pennsylvania and, as sworn law enforcement/peace officers with arresting powers throughout the state, are authorized to carry out duties for civil and criminal proceedings, and to arrest for felony crimes or breaches of the peace, either committed in their presence, or by warrant. They are authorized to perform this duty anywhere in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Constables are available to assist the needs of the office of the County Sheriff, as well as local police departments, if so requested. State Constables were established in Pennsylvania in 1664, making Constables Pennsylvania's oldest form of law enforcement officer. 

Certified Constables are also empowered to carry out the state's district court system's business. Some of the ways they do so is by serving arrest warrants, mental health warrants, court summons, complaints and subpoenas. They also transport prisoners, and enforce protection from abuse orders, orders of eviction and judgment levies. Constables are the only law enforcement officials permitted to monitor the polls on election day. It is their duty to ensure that the Constitutional rights of all voters are protected, and that no qualified voter is threatened, intimidated, or impeded from voting. 
Constables are required to attend and pass an 80 hour training curriculum to receive Certification through the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency (PCCD) under Act 44, and to successfully complete 40 hours of annual updates on law and firearms training to maintain their Certification during their term of office.

Consider Counties with Declared Constitutional Sheriffs & Peace Officers.

An important relocation consideration, or consideration in general, is to be in an area where the county Sheriff and other Peace Officers have publicly declared their intent to honor their sacred oaths to protect and defend the Constitution, and to defend their constituents against unconstitutional perpetrators.  Many of these have civilian auxiliaries which can be joined to augment local forces in defense of communities.  If your county does not have a Constitutional Sheriff, you can learn how to elect one in the next election. The CSPOA (Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association) is growing daily and needs your support.  An updated list of Sheriffs, state associations, and Peace Officers is available here.http://www.sheriffbrigadesofpenn.com/resources/the-sheriff-is-the-chief-law-enforcement-officer/-_PA_State_Constable_Certification.html-_PA_State_Constable_Certification.htmlhttp://cspoa.org/sheriffs-gun-rights/shapeimage_30_link_0shapeimage_30_link_1shapeimage_30_link_2shapeimage_30_link_3
Pennsylvania State Constables 
Oath of Office:

I (name) do solely swear that I shall support, uphold, and defend the Constitution of the United States, and the Constitution of this Commonwealth, and that I shall faithfully discharge my duties as a Pennsylvania State Constable with fidelity, so help me God.
Pennsylvania State Constables 
Oath of Office:

I (name) do solely swear that I shall support, uphold, and defend the Constitution of the United States, and the Constitution of this Commonwealth, and that I shall faithfully discharge my duties as a Pennsylvania State Constable with fidelity, so help me God.