Oath of Honor
On my honor, I will never betray my badge,
my integrity, my character, or the public trust.
I will always have the courage to hold myself
and others accountable for our actions.
I will always uphold the constitution,
and the agency I serve.
Chief Robert Turner, 500
Officer Arnold's law enforcement career began in 1980 after retiring from the United States Marine Corps. Officer Arnold became a member of the Carrollton Police Department and received his initial law enforcement training at the Missouri State Highway Patrol Academy in Jefferson City. He then transferred to the Carroll County Sheriff's Department where his duties included being a Deputy Sheriff as well as an EMT. Officer Arnold worked for the Carroll County Sheriff's Department for 28 years, the last 16 of which he served as Sheriff. He retired in 2009. After 3 years of retirement, Officer Arnold wasn't ready to quit public service. In 2012, Officer Arnold returned to full time duty at the Carrollton Police Department where he began 33 years prior before his part time retirement in December of 2015. Officer Arnold now serves as a reserve officer, still serving the great community of Carrollton after 35 years.
Field Training Officer Jeffery Allen, 505
FTO Jeffery Allen graduated from Smithton High school in 2006. He went to college for two years at State Fair Community college in Sedalia, MO, beforing joinging the Missouri National Guard in 2009. Jeffery has participated in humanitarian missions such as Haiti, and served during the riots in Ferguson, MO. Officer Allen has also been on a year long deployment to the country of Qatar. Officer Allen graduated LETI in Columbia, MO in 2013, where after he joined the department in January of 2014 has a reserve officer and School Resources Officers. In November 2015, Jeffery decided to join the Carrollton Police Department full time and now holds the position of Field Training Officer. When Jeffery is not working, he enjoys cycling and spending time with his family.
Sgt. Whitney Murdock, #506
Sgt. Murdock was born and raised a native Chillicothean and comes from a long line of law enforcement officers. Her great grandfather was a patrol officer for Chillichothe, her grandfather was Assistant Chief of Chillicothe Police Department in 1980's and 90's, and her brother is currently a detective for Chillichothe PD. Sgt. Murdock had shown great dedication to the Town of Carrollton after her graduation from MSATA - Class 209. Sgt. Murdock like to focus on narcotics investigation and ridding the streets of the poison caused by illicit substances. When Sgt. Murdock isn't working, she enjoys weight lifting, gardening, and spending time with her family.
Officer Michael Leyva, 507
Officer Jordan Litz, 508
Reserve Corporal Rob Williams 516
Officer Williams grew up in rural Livingston County, graduating from the Tina-Avalon High School in 1997. Rob graduated fro the National Police Institute at the Central Missouri State University in 2006 and began his career with the Carrollton Police Department as a Police Officer. Rob is a certified Fire investigator through the Missouri Division of Fire Safety, which has given him valuable experience working with multiple homicide and fraud cases. Rob is a member of the Professional Fire and Fraud Investigators Association and the Missouri Deputy Sheriff's Association. In his free time Rob enjoys shooting and riding motorcycles.