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Our Officers & Staff Bios and Information

Chief Robert L. Flowers

Robert Flowers has served as a Police Chief, Director of Public Safety for the State of Utah, Regional Director for Region VIII, Department of Homeland Security (FEMA), and was the Chair, for the Utah Olympic Public Safety Command which with the United States Secret Service had responsibility for the security for the 2002 Winter Olympic Games.  He has a Bachelor Science Degree from the University of Utah and Master’s Degree from the Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California.  He led the creation of the Homeland Security Division for the State of Utah while serving as Commissioner of Public Safety, and was involved in many public safety police issues.  He was selected as a Presidential Appointee to serve as Regional Director for FEMA Region VIII.  While serving as the Regional Administrator he lead FEMA’s effort during the Colorado historic snow events, flooding in the Dakota’s, and fires in Utah.  He also teaches at Dixie State University.  He also served in the United States Coast Guard and was a State Traffic Officer for the California Highway Patrol.

Captain Rodgers

Captain Rodgers has been an officer since 1999. He began his career with the Hurricane Police Department, and in 2010 he joined the Ivins Public Safety Department. During his career Captain. Rodgers has enjoyed serving the community in various positions including, School Resource Officer, Detective, Washington County Drug Task Force member, Washington County SWAT team member, U.S. Marshals Office Joint Criminal Apprehension Team (JCAT), and Youth Alcohol prevention.

Sergeant Studley

Sergeant Studley started in public safety as a volunteer firefighter and EMT in for the city of Ivins. In 2005, he attended POST and was hired by the city as a full time police officer. Sergeant Studley has worked assignments such as Patrol Officer, Detective, and now as Sergeant. He has worked for the Washington County Drug Task Force, U.S. Marshals Office in the Joint Criminal Apprehension Team (JCAT), and as a member of the Washington County Children’s Justice Center team member. He currently over see’s the swing and night shifts and is over the Courts and Crossing Guards.

Sergeant Hallman

Officer Hallman began his law enforcement career in 1999 with the Washington County Sheriff’s Office. In 2003 he became a Reserve Patrol Officer with the LaVerkin City Police Department, and in 2004 he started as a Reserve Officer with the Virgin Town Marshal’s and Springdale Department of Public Safety. In 2006, Officer Hallman was hired as a full time patrol officer for the newly formed Springdale/Zion Canyon Police Department. In 2010, Officer Hallman started as a volunteer firefighter and EMT with Ivins City, and later as a reserve patrol officer for the Ivins City Public Safety. Officer Hallman is currently a Captain with the Ivins City Fire & Rescue, an EMT Intermediate/Advanced, Structure Firefighter I, Wildland Firefighter I/II.  Nick was hired as a full time officer for the Santa Clara-Ivins Police Department in June, 2013.

Officer Stoker

Officer Stoker started his police career with the St. George police department in 1993. He has been assigned to the traffic division, SWAT team as a hostage negotiator and a filled in as a detective. Officer Stoker has worked for the Washington County Sheriff’s Office where he worked in the Jail Division before being assigned to the Patrol Division. At the Washington County Sheriff’s Office, Officer Stoker was assigned as a hostage negotiator for the SWAT team. He was later assign as a traffic car and was awarded Deputy of the Year and received a Merit of Commendation for his DUI and Drug Interdiction arrests in 2003. In 2008 Officer Stoker came to the Santa Clara Public Safety Department, where he obtained the rank of Sergeant. He was also a member of the JCAT (Joint Criminal Apprehension Team). Officer Stoker then merged with the Santa Clara – Ivins Police Department in 2012 and is currently assigned to the Patrol Division.

Officer Tobler

Officer Tobler began his law enforcement career in 2010 working for the Ivins City Police Department as a Reserve Patrol Officer.  He transferred over when Ivins City and Santa Clara City combined to form the Santa Clara-Ivins Police Department. Shortly after the merger he was hired on full-time as a Patrol Officer. Officer Tobler continues to serve a Patrol Officer. He is certified as basic Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) and is a Fire Arms Instructor for the department.

Officer O’Bray

Office O’Bray started his law enforcement career in 2012. Officer O’Bray continues to serve a Patrol Officer. He is certified as advanced Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) and is Firefighter One certified.