Randolph County, located in northeastern Arkansas, has a population of 18,195 with 656.2 square miles, and shares northern border with the state of Missouri. The west side of Randolph County is made up of beautiful Ozark Mountains, and the east side is part of the Delta. Pocahontas is the county seat of Randolph County, which also includes Biggers, Maynard, O’Kean, Ravenden Springs, and Reyno. The county is the only one in the state that can boast of having five rivers - Black, Current, Spring, Eleven Point, and Fourche rivers. Randolph County has something to offer everyone.
The mission of the Randolph County Sheriff’s Office is to provide the citizens of Randolph County with the protection of life and property, to conserve the peace by enforcing the laws of the state, to cooperate with other agencies and to provide services to the general public.
The Randolph County Sheriff’s Office’s will be known as an excellent service organization for the protection of the citizens of Randolph County and will maintain a reputation for honesty, integrity, professionalism, and dedication.