The plural of sheriff is sheriffs.
A sheriff is a law enforcement official who is typically elected by the local community to uphold law and order within a specific jurisdiction. Sheriffs are responsible for enforcing laws, preventing crime, maintaining public safety, and serving court documents. They often oversee county jails and can be involved in various law enforcement activities, such as patrolling, conducting investigations, and ensuring the safety of their community. Sheriffs work closely with other agencies and may collaborate with local, state, and federal law enforcement entities as needed.