Emergency Services Unit

The Randall County Emergency Services Unit was formed to assist Randall County Sheriff’s Deputies and is a volunteer organization. The ESU is called on to provide numerous functions. They are trained to assist our deputies in traffic control at accident scenes, grass fires or any other incident or event that requires traffic direction. ESU members will also assist deputies by waiting for tow trucks for impounded vehicles, cattle out calls and any other areas that would expedite the patrol deputy’s return to service. In the event of severe weather, they will be out watching the skies for life threatening weather conditions. During the winter months, ESU Volunteers assist stranded motorists during inclement weather.

If you are interested in joining the Emergency Services Unit, you must be at least 21 years of age with a clean driving record and a clear criminal record. You must also posses a pickup truck or SUV. The Sheriff’s Office furnishes all radio and emergency equipment, safety equipment, apparel and foul weather gear.

To apply, please complete the Emergency Services Unit Application (click here)