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 In 2000 Sheriff Staley began his law enforcement career serving the citizens of Austin, Arkansas as a part time officer.  In 2003 he left Austin and started serving the citizens of Jacksonville as a Patrol Officer. During his time at Jacksonville he worked as a Patrolman, School Resource Officer, Field Training Officer, Chief Crisis Negotiator on the tactical team, and Patrol Sergeant.  While working for the Jacksonville Police Department he received numerous Awards and Commendations including the Life Saving award in 2004 and a Meritorious Service award in 2008. This drive to be a leader in our Law Enforcement world led him to become the Chief of Police for the City of Austin in 2009. He was proud to serve the citizens of Austin and has over 1500 hours of Law Enforcement training. Staley is a certified law enforcement instructor, firearms instructor and holds a level 1 Chief of Police certification, basic, general and intermediate certifications. He enjoys serving the citizens of Lonoke County as their Sheriff.  Staley is married to a wonderful woman, Mandy and they have three daughters.   





Chief Kevin McCoy has lived in Arkansas since 2006. McCoy has 18 years of law enforcement experience. He has familiarity with testifying in court and has performed duties ranging from patrol to investigating homicides. While at the Greenville Police Department, he supervised the Office Cadet Program as well as being a certified Field Training Officer. He was most recently employed by the Austin Police Dept as the patrol Sergeant. Chief McCoy will be supervising the narcotics, special investigation, and patrol units at the Sheriff's office and is looking forward to serving the people of Lonoke County.






Captain David Bufford has 21 years experience in Law Enforcement. He has served on both the state and local levels. Captain Bufford is happy to serve the residents of Lonoke county and looks forward to continuing the overseeing of the jail facility and patrol.







Lieutenant Matthew Edwards has 15 years experience in Law Enforcement. In 2013 he was promoted to Sergeant in CID and then in 2014 to Lieutenant over CID. Lt. Edwards strives to make the Criminal Investigation Division a division that works hard for the citizens of this county. He wants to make sure every case gets investigated in a manner that will lead to convictions of the criminals that committed the crimes against our citizens. He also works with other organizations like the Wade Knox Child Advocacy Center. He helps them with talking to young teenagers about different dangers in their life like Sexting and Dating Violence. Lt. Edwards has expressed that he loves working for the Lonoke County Sheriff’s Office because he is a Lonoke County native and he wants to serve his community in a way that will help others and may change someone’s life in a good way, victim or offender.










Lieutenant Michael Gebhardt has 14 years of Law Enforcement Experience.  He joined the Lonoke County Sheriff’s Office in January 2006 as a Patrol Deputy. He worked in patrol as a Shift supervisor and in 2014 he was promoted to Patrol Sergeant. In 2015 he was promoted to Lieutenant over Patrol and Training Coordinator. He is looking forward to continuing his service to the citizens of Lonoke County.
















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