Justin Martinez – Secretary Extension 3590 – Email
As a Utah native living in Summit County, Justin started his law enforcement career in 1996. He joined the Summit County Sheriff’s Office in 2005 and was elected Sheriff in 2014. As Sheriff, he commands a staff of over 150 sworn and civilian employees and oversees every division at the sheriff’s office which includes Patrol, Investigations, Major Crimes, Corrections, Courts and Civil, Communications, Search and Rescue, and the Administration staff, in addition to all statutory requirements.Over the span of his law enforcement career, Justin has successfully held supervisory positions as a Captain, Division Commander, Patrol Sergeant, SWAT Team Leader, Honor Guard Commander, and Training Coordinator. Justin has also served as a motorcycle officer, bike patrol officer, traffic officer, and detective.In 2003, Justin was handpicked from hundreds of applicants to establish the new Draper City Police Department. During this inaugural year, he was awarded the Officer of the Year. Justin has also been awarded three life saving medals throughout his career.Prior to his law enforcement career, Justin served a military tour of duty in the United States Coast Guard. He successfully completed air crewman flight candidate school and served as a helicopter air crewman. Justin was awarded numerous medals and citations before being honorably discharged.
Justin holds a MBA degree from the University of Utah in Emergency Service Management Administration. He is married and has two daughters. His interests include fly-fishing, camping, and skiing.
Frank Smith – Extension 3510 – Email
Frank Smith joins the Summit County Sheriff’s Office following a 34-year career in local, state and Federal law enforcement. With over 15 years of leadership experience at the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and four extended special operations tours in Afghanistan, Frank will be a welcome addition to the Sheriff’s Office.Prior to joining the Summit County Sheriff’s Office, Frank was the Assistant Special Agent in Charge (ASAC) of the DEA Salt Lake City District Office. Frank was responsible for managing all operational and administrative aspects of the DEA, consisting of seven investigative groups which included Special Agents, Task Force Officers, Diversion Investigators and an administrative support staff. Prior to serving as the ASAC in Salt Lake City, Frank served as the Team Leader of DEA’s Foreign Advisory Support Team (FAST) in Afghanistan.As the Team Leader in FAST, Frank lead deployments to Afghanistan, Tajikistan, the Dominican Republic and Haiti, Frank’s deployments entailed joining with US and British Special Forces to target and apprehend members of the Taliban, narco-terrorits and members of subversive groups threatening government rule. Before joining FAST, Frank was a Group Supervisor and a Special Agent for DEA.Before joining Federal law enforcement, Frank was a member of the Georgia State Police and a Deputy Sheriff with the Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office.
Andrew Wright – Extension 3686 – Email
Lieutenant Andrew Wright started his career in law enforcement in 2004 with the Wasatch County Sheriff’s Office. He served Wasatch County for almost three years as a Corrections Deputy and Patrol Deputy. In 2006, Lieutenant Wright joined the Summit County Sheriff’s Office. During his tenure with Summit County, Lieutenant Wright has served as Patrol Deputy, Courts Division Sergeant, Patrol Sergeant, traffic and K9 supervisor, SWAT Assistant Team Leader, Administrative Sergeant, and now serves as the Administrative Lieutenant. Lieutenant Wright holds a Human Resource Management – Business, Bachelor of Science Degree from Western Governors University.
Justin Hemingway – Extension 3558 – Email
In 2002 Justin Hemingway began his law enforcement career with the Summit County Sheriff’s Office. He has served Summit County as a Corrections Deputy, Patrol Deputy, Traffic and Accident Investigations, School Resource Officer, Patrol Sergeant, Motors Unit, Detective and School Resource Sergeant, and currently as the Lieutenant with the Patrol Division. Justin has also been involved with Emergency Medical Services and functioned from 2005-2014 as a medic for the Summit Wasatch Advanced Tactics Team. Justin cherishes his relationships with his brothers and sisters in blue, especially from the Summit County Sheriff’s Office.
John Lange – Extension 3559 – Email
Lieutenant John Lange started his police career in 1995 with the West Valley City Police Department. He served West Valley City for eleven years as a Patrol Officer, Community Oriented Police division officer, was the department’s assistant coordinator for the Salt Lake 2002 Winter Olympic Games, a fugitive detective for the High Enforcement Apprehension Team (H.E.A.T.), and later worked with the Major Crimes Unit as a Robbery/Homicide detective. Lieutenant Lange came to the Summit County Sheriff’s Office in 2006. He started as a patrol deputy, and has promoted up to the rank of lieutenant over the Criminal Investigations/School Resource Division. Lieutenant Lange also manages the Sheriff’s office vehicle fleet as a collateral duty.
Greg Winterton – Extension 3507 – Email
Lieutenant G. Winterton began his law enforcement career in 1996 with the St. George Police Department where he served in the Patrol division and was one of the first members of the Bike Patrol Unit implemented in the late 90’s. In 2000, Lt. Winterton moved to the Park City area where he worked with the Park City Police Department until January of 2002 when he then began his career with the Summit County Sheriff’s Office. Lieutenant Winterton is currently the Division Commander of the Major Crimes Division. In this position he supervises the Wasatch Back Narcotic Enforcement Team (BackNET) which is a specialized unit that deals with the illegal narcotics being used, sold and manufactured here on the Wasatch Back.
Ken Jones – Extension 3710 – Email
Lieutenant Ken Jones started his career in public service as an enlisted member of the United States Army in 1991. After eight years of service in the Army, including a combat tour in the Bosnia Herzegovina Theater, Jones separated from the Armed Forces with an honorable discharge and started his career in law enforcement. After a brief stint at the Utah State Prison, Jones started with the Summit County Sheriff’s Office in the Corrections Division. During his tenure with Summit County, Jones has been a Corrections Deputy, Patrol Deputy, Courts Service Deputy, Patrol Sergeant, Corrections Sergeant, Administrative Sergeant, SWAT team member, Honor Guard member, and now serves as the Jail Commander.
Alan Siddoway – Extension 3518 – Email
Lieutenant Alan Siddoway is currently assigned as the Court Services’ Division Commander at the Summit County Sheriff’s Office. He serves as the sheriff’s liaison to the Summit County Search and Rescue. In that capacity, he has responded to numerous search and rescue missions with the volunteer team members, who he considers among the most proficient in their field. Alan began his career with Summit County as a correctional deputy in 1985, became a patrol deputy and later functioned as a K-9 Handler. Alan was promoted to patrol sergeant in 1999 and functioned in that capacity until being assigned to the Special Operations Bureau in January 2003. In January 2004, Alan was promoted to captain and assigned as the Bureau Chief of Special Operations. In March of 2008, Alan left the Summit County Sheriff’s Office to accept the position of Chief Investigator at the Utah State Medical Examiner’s Office but later returned to the Summit County Sheriff’s Office.
Nick Wilkinson – Extension 3571 – Email
Lieutenant Wilkinson began his law enforcement career in 1993 as a reserve deputy at the Salt Lake County Sheriff’s Office. During his tenure at the Salt Lake County Sheriff’s Office, Lieutenant Wilkinson was assigned in patrol, narcotics, vice, and canyon patrol capacities. In 1999, he worked for the Park City Police Department as a reserve officer. During his tenure with PCPD, Lieutenant Wilkinson was assigned to the Utah Olympic Public Safety Command for the Salt Lake 2002 Winter Olympics. Lieutenant Wilkinson came to work with the Summit County Sheriff’s Office in 2003 and has fulfilled duties as a patrol deputy, school resource detective, traffic detective, lead deputy, and patrol sergeant.