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As such, man's quest for equity and order gave birth to the Office of Sheriff, the history of which begins in the Old Testament and continues through the annals of Judeo-Christian tradition. Redistribution of data from this site for commercial purposes is prohibited.
Indeed, there is no honorable law enforcement authority in Anglo-American law so ancient as that of the County Sheriff.
There would have been no need for the development of police administration, criminology, criminalists, etc. Man learned quite early that all is not orderly in the universe. Zinn 1950-1962 Thoral All 1962-1963 Joseph Goodno 1963-1975 Boyd Bushey 1976-1988 Philip W. Stanislav 2001-2016 Randy Krukow 2016-Current Chris Raveling Clay County, Iowa Sheriff's Office 2005-2018 | All Rights Reserved Every effort is made to insure accurate information is posted to this site.
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The Office of Sheriff and the law enforcement, judicial and correctional functions he performs are more than 1000 years old.
The Office of Sheriff dates back at least to the reign of Alfred the Great of England, and some scholars even argue that the Office of Sheriff was first created during the Roman occupation of England.
The "shire reeve" or Kings representative in each county became the "Sheriff" as the English language changed over the years.
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Around 500 AD, Germanic tribes from Europe (called the Anglo-Saxons) began an invasion of Celtic England which eventually led over the centuries to the consolidation of Anglo-Saxon England as a unified kingdom under Alfred the Great late in the 9th Century.
Alfred divided England into geographic units called "shires", or counties.