Chief Deputy Office Of Detention Services Fredrick Mark Robinson oversees the Office of Detentions. He began his career in 1993 as a detention officer after honorably being discharged from the United States Army.
Chief Robinson was promoted to deputy sheriff in 1996. He worked in the jail and as a patrolman, as well as, a school resource officer in his tenure as a deputy.
In 2006, Chief Robinson was promoted to Lance Sergeant and then later the same year to Senior Sergeant. He worked in the Release Section, Patrol, and Traffic.
In 2013, he was promoted to Lieutenant. He served as a shift commander on all three shifts in Central Intake before being transferred to the Bailiff Section.
In 2017, Chief Robinson was promoted to the rank of Captain. He was the division commander of Intake, Warrants, and Traffic/Patrol Divisions.
In 2018, Chief Robinson was promoted to Assistant Chief Deputy. He was the bureau commander of Technical Services until 2019.
In 2019, Chief Robinson was selected as Chief Deputy in charge of the Office of Detentions Administration.
Bachelors of Art Mass Communication – Southern Arkansas University
50th School of Executive leadership – Institute of for Law Enforcement Administration
100th School Of Police Supervision – Institute of for Law Enforcement Administration
Master Peace Officers License form the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement