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Chief Deputy Sheriff is a rank title used in American law enforcement. The position of chief deputy is primarily found within sheriff's offices throughout the United States. A chief deputy may serve as the senior ranking officer below the sheriff. In some agencies, officers such as an Undersheriff may outrank the chief deputy, but officers with title of chief deputy are usually senior members of a department command staff.