Chief Deputy Office Of Special Services: Fredrick Robinson

Fredrick Robinson was born and raised in Lewisville, Arkansas, and graduated with a bachelor’s degree from Southern Arkansas University in Magnolia, Arkansas, in 1989. He is also a proud member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Incorporated.

Chief Robinson is a United States military veteran. He joined the Army after college, where he served a four-year tour.

Chief Robinson started his law enforcement career in November 1993 as a detention officer. He quickly was promoted to deputy and served in the jail, patrol, and as a school resource officer.

Chief Robinson has held the ranks of sergeant, lieutenant, captain, and assistant chief and is currently the Chief Deputy over Special Services.

He has supervised or managed numerous areas of the Sheriff’s Department, such as patrol,  traffic, warrants, fugitive, bailiff, intake, release, and civil. He has served as the Chief Deputy over detention and Jail Administrator.

Chief Robinson has lived a life of service to his country and to the citizens of Dallas County. He loves his country and has been dedicated to the citizens of Dallas County for over thirty years.

  • 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
  • U.S. Military – Honorably Discharged