Jeff Nourse began his career at the Norfolk County Sheriff’s Office in 1999. During his time at the Sheriff’s Office, Mr. Nourse has served in a variety of roles including Director of Human Resources and presently as Assistant Superintendent of Civil Process. As Director of Human Resources, he played a significant role in reorganizing and modernizing the operations of the Sheriff’s Office to promote efficiency and accountability. In his present role Assistant Superintendent Nourse oversees the day to day operation of the Civil Process Division. The Civil Process Division operates in a public ministerial role to the judicial branch serving all types of process and enforcing court judgments including capias arrests, property seizures and levies within Norfolk County. Under the leadership of Sheriff Bellotti, Mr. Nourse has begun a program to modernize the Civil Process Office, making it the first in the state to have deputy sheriffs record service status on tablets providing real time service status notification to the legal community.
Mr. Nourse has also been involved in numerous public service positions including ten years in the Massachusetts State Legislature as Research Director of the Joint Senate/ House Committee of Insurance, and five years as an elected Commissioner of Public Works for the Town of Weymouth. In a private sector role, Mr. Nourse was the principle of Southwood Realty Corporation, a building and land development company on Martha’s Vineyard.
Assistant Superintendent is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts, BA Political Science. In conjunction with his role as a Deputy Sheriff for Norfolk County, he has also completed the Massachusetts Reserve Intermittent Police Academy.