Founder and Chairman of the Board Scott Walton began his law enforcement career in 1980 as a patrolman for the Tulsa Police Department in Oklahoma.
Before entering law enforcement, Walton completed his education and earned an associate's degree at Rogers State University (then known as Claremore Junior College) and went on to attend Northeastern State University to earn a bachelor’s degree in Business.
Walton was born and raised in Rogers County Oklahoma and is a product of a multigenerational Rogers County family. “There’s so much about Rogers County that other places simply can’t measure up to,” he says.
In 2008, following his retirement from the Tulsa Police Department, Walton ran for Sheriff of Rogers County and won.
Walton is in his third term currently as Sheriff of Rogers County.
Scott Walton is a devoted family man. His wife, Rose, is also a product of Rogers County. Scott and Rose have two sons, Joe and Matt. Scott is also a dedicated racing fan and a race car driver.
Walton races a dirt-modified race car throughout Northeastern Oklahoma. Walton also occasionally races Sprint and Midget cars.
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