The Robertson County Sheriff's Office Patrol Division answers an average of over 24,000 calls for service each year. These officers patrol the 476 square miles of Robertson County and also receive and serve an average of over 12,000 warrants and civil papers each year.


ieutenant  Charles  Hilliard

Patrol Division Commander



In his 20 year career in law enforcement, Hilliard has received extensive training in several specialized areas. Some schools he has attended include homicide investigation, drug enforcement & interdiction, advanced criminal investigation, domestic violence, civil liability, and Stinger spike system Instructor/certification.

Hilliard has also worked with the 19th Judicial Drug Task Force on many under-cover drug sting operations in Robertson and Montgomery counties and was awarded an Honorary Membership Certificate in June 1990. He has also attended seminars in organized crime & gangs, child abuse, and crime scene investigation. He served as treasurer of FOP Lodge #29 and was elected President of the lodge in 1990.


Shift Commander
1st Shift A Squad
Shift Commander
2nd Shift A Squad


Sergeant Tom Ryan
Sergeant Meacham Orr


Corporal Donnie Brake
Rodney porter

Corporal Rodney Porter
Deputy Jason Hester Deputy Chad Clinard
Deputy Bart Posey Deputy Clay Frey
Deputy Kevin Smith Deputy Larry Phillips
Shift Commander
1st Shift B Squad
Shift Commander
2nd Shift B Squad

Sergeant Randy Henderson

Sergeant Wayne Schoenheit
Corporal James Kendrick Corporal Roger Gott
Deputy David Spivey Deputy Steve Tomarchio
Deputy Eric Elliott Deputy Jonathan Hayes
Deputy Marty Groves Deputy Jeremiah Adams

Sheriff Bill Holt | Chief Deputy Michael Van Dyke
Capt. P R West |
Capt. Don Bennett  | Capt. Tony Crawford  
Patrol Division | Criminal Investigation Division | County Detention Facility
Narcotics Unit | Emergency Response Team  | Drug Interdiction Unit 
Administrative Staff | Warrants Division | School Resource Division
Inmate Transportation Division | Court Security Division K-9 Unit

Robertson County Government is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug-Free Workplace

This page was last updated on 08/13/2011
Robertson County Sheriff's Office