Administrative Bureau - Major Randy Robertson

Major W.R. “Randy” Robertson began his career in 1985 with the Muscogee County Sheriff’s Office as a Jailor assigned to the Muscogee County Jail. During his tenure he has worked in all bureaus of the agency and is currently assigned to the Administrative Bureau.

Law Enforcement

  • Former Director of Homeland Security – Columbus Georgia
  • Former ASAC of the Metro Narcotics Task Force
  • Georgia Law Enforcement Command College
  • P.O.S.T. Certified General Law Enforcement Instructor
  • Defensive Tactics Instructor
  • Certified TASER Instructor
  • Cooper Institute Certified Health and Wellness Instructor

Memberships

  • National Institute of Ethics
  • Leadership Columbus
  • Fraternal Order of Police
  • International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association
  • Board of Directors for Columbus Crime Stoppers
  • National Deputy Sheriff’s Association

About the Administrative Bureau

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The Administrative Bureau includes the Training Division, Human Resources, Budget/Finance, Homeland Security, Credentialing, Community Relations and the Criminal and Civil Administrative Sections.

Major Robertson is responsible for the operation of the Administrative Bureau and it’s various components. Lieutenant Joan Wynn assists in overseeing the daily operations of the bureau. Lieutenant Brad Hicks is assigned as the Director of Homeland Security and coordinates with other agencies on matters of Homeland Security. Lieutenant Mike Daily is responsible for The Training Division provides training for over 400 agency employees. Sergeant Kathy Bailey and Corporal David Rice are the supervisors over the Administrative Office. Sergeant Ray Spivey oversees operation of the bonding companies and handles FiFa’s.

The Administrative Bureau works as a hub for the Sheriff’s Office. All incoming civil process and criminal warrants are received and processed through the Administrative Bureau. This Bureau also provides administrative support to the various bureaus within the Sheriff’s Office.