CID Lt. Todd Mize Retires
Lt. Todd Mize retires after 22 years of faithful service. Lt. Mize currently serves as the Lieutenant over the Faulkner County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigation Division (CID).
Lt. Mize began his career as a detention officer in 1994, and then in 1995 he moved to the patrol division. Lt. Mize became a patrol sergeant, and then went to CID as an investigator in 1998. After serving as an investigator for a couple years, Lt. Mize served as a narcotics investigator where he also worked with the DEA. After spending time as a narcotics investigator, Lt. Mize served as a patrol shift leader until going back to CID in 2011, where he stayed until his retirement.
Lt. Mize was quoted on January 7, 1999 in the Log Cabin Democrat after winning Deputy of the Year, “I plan on staying with the county until I retire.”
Lt. Mize received many awards and accolades during his tenure at FCSO. His leadership and knowledge has been invaluable to the Faulkner County Sheriff’s Office and the county as a whole. Anyone who lasts 22 years in the Law Enforcement business has really accomplished something substantial. We wish Lt. Todd Mize a very happy retirement.