Deputy Sheriff William Weiss, Community Operations & Public Affairs
(772) 220-7000

The Community Services Unit is the point of contact for all agency logistical support and deployment.  Both public and in-house agency events are coordinated and attended by the Community Services Unit, along with other areas of responsibility:

Community Organizations - Represent and speak for the agency at community, civic and fraternal organizations. 

Community Programs/Public Affairs - Point of contact, and if requested, attend neighborhood associations, HOA/POA meetings and special events to hear concerns, mitigate, plan and suggest remedies.  Co-host the monthly Neighborhood Watch Meeting.  Facilitate all tours of the sheriff's office and Martin County Jail.

Special Purpose Asset Management and Deployment - Manage and coordinate the request, use, dispersal, deployment, and maintenance of all special purpose sheriff's office assets, utilized both in-house and field operations.

Agency Historian - Keeper of all historical photographs and documents from the creation of Martin County in 1925, to current times.

Emergency Management - assist the Sheriff's Office Emergency Management Coordinator and represent the sheriff's office in the Martin County Emergency Operations Center during activation.  Coordinate field operations and assets before, during, and after an EOC activation or disaster.  Maintain all EM assets and supplies with logistical support.  Assist the sheriff's office radio liasion coordinator.

Webpage Coordinator - Maintain the public Martin County Sheriff's Office webpage