As of 2014, the sheriff of Cuyahoga County in Ohio is Frank Bova. According to the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections, the position of sheriff is determined through a county-wide vote for a four-year term.
As the website of the Cuyahoga Sheriff's department details, the office is responsible for overseeing inmates in county jails, providing law enforcement personnel and resources, organizing foreclosure sales and arranging protective services, among other tasks. The sheriff's department also maintains the sex offenders registry, completes background checks, provides information on concealed carry laws and offers community events. Prior to Bova, Bob Reid served as Cuyahoga County sheriff from 2009 to 2013, as detailed by Cleveland.com.