Administrative Services

The Administrative Services Division is composed of eight personnel both sworn and civilian. One Captain, Two Lieutenants, one Sergeant and four support personnel and includes the following sections, Accreditation, Computer Services /Records, Fiscal Services, and Training. The Accreditation section is responsible for achieving and maintaining state law enforcement accreditation and developing and updating agency policy.

Computer Services maintains the Sheriffs Automated Information Systems and is responsible for the installation and repair of computer  hardware and software and maintains a close relationship with the county IT section as the Network Administrator, a lieutenant is tasked with overseeing incident report entry and approval and transmittal of IBR information to the Virginia State Police .

Fiscal Services is tasked with performing complex financial work involving payroll, time recording, accounts payable, purchasing, and worker’s compensation documentation. Fiscal Services Maintains close liaison with the state compensation board on reimbursement of county expenses as authorized to the Sheriff, a local constitutional officer.

Training is over seen by a lieutenant and is responsible for scheduling, coordinating and providing various types of training, including entry-level, in-service and specialized. It is also responsible for entry –level and promotional testing and assessment. The training section maintains training records on all sworn employees and liaisons closely with the Hampton Roads Criminal Justice Training Academy

The Men and Women of Isle of Wight County Sheriff's Office Administrative Services Division


  Sheriff Mark A. Marshall

   Major James R. Clarke  

Lieutenant Ronald Bryan, Jr

Deputy Paul Nash  
        Jimmie Minton  
            Lisa Martin

           Glenda Bridges