The North Area of Eureka County is staffed with one Sergeant and one Deputy, both of which are resident positions and work out of the Crescent Valley Sub Station. These positions differ from the South Area Command in that they are more flexible in regards to not having any set shift times. Both officers work a total of ten hours a day and fourteen hours on call, where standby pay is applied. They work four days on and four days off.
The Undersheriff is also stationed in Crescent Valley and is in charge of the Administration duties for the North Area.
The North Area Command is responsible for responding to all calls for service in the area as well as traffic enforcement on Interstate 80, State Routes 306, 278 and 766.
All three positions are Deputy Coroners for the area and are responsible for conducting all death investigations that may arise.
The towns which are within the North area are Crescent Valley, approximately. twenty miles south of I-80, Beowawe, approximately. six miles south of I-80 and Pine Valley, approximately. 20 miles south of Carlin on SR278.
The North area also has two of Nevada's largest gold mines, we assist their Security with criminal investigations and routinely conduct traffic enforcement on SR766 leading to the mines. Lander County and Eureka County work closely with each other and assist one another with mutual aid since response times for both Counties can be delayed to certain area's of each others Counties.
The Sheriff's Office Administration supports it's employees to join the Volunteer Fire and EMS units through out the County.