|Chief Deputy Roy Martin|
The Sheriff's Office Administration Division is headed by Chief Deputy Roy Martin. Chief Deputy Roy Martin is a veteran law enforcement officer. He retired from the Arkansas Highway Police where he served the State of Arkansas for thirty-one years and was assigned to Boone County for the duration of his service. Chief Martin is a native Boone County resident and has lived here most of his life. Chief Martin also served in the United States Marine Corps. Chief Martin came out of retirement in 2020 when he accepted the appointment of Chief Deputy at the Boone County Sheriff's Office by Sheriff Tim Roberson.
Chief Martin comes from a Law Enforcement family where his Dad, Bill Martin, served as an Arkansas State Trooper. Chief Martin has been married to his wife Mona for forty-three years and they have two daughters and one son. Kim is a Registered Nurse and is working towards her Nurse Practitioner License. Amy is a teacher in Lowell, Arkansas. Billy is a Trooper with the Arkansas State Police assigned to Boone County.
Chief Martin's main concern is the safety of the citizens of Boone County. Chief Martin looks forward to working with the Deputies and Staff at the Boone County Sheriff's Office to make the county as safe as possible. The Boone County Sheriff's Office is proud to have Chief Martin on our team.
The Administration Division consists of three employees who manage the ‘business’ side of the Sheriff’s Office, the Administrative Assistant, Records/Civil Process Clerk and Records Clerk.
The Administrative Assistant coordinates all clerical and record keeping responsibilities for the Sheriff's Office. She directly manages the two Record Clerks, the accounts payable processes, Circuit Court Bond and Fine Account, Paper Service Account, Radio & Equipment Fund Account, disbursement of restitution payments to crime victims, and makes monthly settlements with the Circuit and District Court Clerks and the County Treasurer for all monies received. This position has responsibility for submitting Sheriff's Office payroll information to the County Clerk on a bi-weekly basis. In addition, the Administrative Assistant serves as the Sheriff's Secretary.
The Records/Civil Process Clerk is responsible for receiving, maintaining, and tracking all civil process that comes to the Sheriff's Office. These include Summonses, Subpoenas, Eviction Notices, and various Writs. She also collects all fees paid for Civil Process and assists with receptionist and telephone operator responsibilities in the Administration Offices.
The Records Clerk is responsible for taking all fine, restitution and ticket payments. She also coordinates and compiles all paper work that flows between the Sheriff’s Department and District and Circuit Courts. In addition, she assists with receptionist and telephone operator responsibilities in the Administration Offices.
This entire division puts forth great effort in assuring that the Sheriff's Office runs smoothly and efficiently along with trying to make the public's contact with the Sheriff's Office pleasant.