Eric S. Gartner
Eric S. Gartner serves as the 51st United States Marshal for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. He was confirmed by the United States Senate on May 23, 2018, and sworn in on June 12, 2019. Marshal Gartner leads and directs the U.S. Marshal Service mission encompassing the nine southeastern counties in Pennsylvania, including the greater Philadelphia metropolitan area.
Fernando L. G. Sablan
Fernando Leon Guerrero Sablan serves as the United States Marshal for the District of Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands. Fernando Sablan began his law enforcement career with the Guam Police Department where he worked for 22 years, rising through the ranks until he retired as a Major. Marshal Sablan earned an Associate of Science in Criminal Justice degree from Guam Community College. He is a graduate of the Federal Bureau of Investigation National Academy's 181st Session in Quantico, Virginia.
Gadyaces S. Serralta
Marshal Serralta most recently served as a Major with the Miami-Dade Police Department, a position he held since 2015. He also served as the Police Chief for the Palmetto Bay Policing Unit in the city of Palmetto Bay Florida. Marshal Serralta began his law enforcement career with the Miami-Dade Police Department in 1990. He served as a Patrol Officer and Sergeant, working primarily with the Criminal Street Gangs Unit and Organized Crime Section, and then served as a Lieutenant in charge of the Robbery Intervention and Narcotics Detail, before assuming the position of Major.
Gary B. Burman
Gary B. Burman was appointed by President Donald J. Trump on July 15, 2019, to be the United States Marshal for the Western District of Kentucky. As the United States Marshal for the Western District of Kentucky, Burman oversees daily operations of the district's four offices (Louisville, Bowling Green, Owensboro and Paducah); movement and production of federal prisoners; ensures the protection of the Federal Judiciary, and the apprehension of fugitives at the federal, state, and local level.
Gary G. Schofield
Marshal Schofield leads the operations of the U.S. Marshals Service in Nevada. Additionally, he serves on the Nevada Joint Terrorism Task Force Executive Board, the High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area Executive Board, and the Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force executive board.
Prior to being appointed, Schofield served at the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (LVMPD) as a Deputy Chief of Police. As Deputy Chief, he led major divisions of the agency that covered all facets of operations and administration at the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department composed of over 6,000 employees.
Gregory Allyn Forest
Greg Forest was appointed as the United States Marshal for the Western District of North Carolina by President Donald J. Trump on May 14, 2018. His appointment was recommended by North Carolina Senators Thom Tillis and Richard Burr. Marshal Forest is responsible for the management, administration and direction of operations throughout the district, which consists of 32 counties and three United States Courthouses located in Charlotte, Statesville and Asheville.
Gregory S. Tabor
On December 22, 2020, Gregory Tabor was appointed by Donald Trump to be the U.S. Marshal for the Western District of Arkansas.
Marshal Tabor began his law enforcement career as a deputy with the Washington County Sheriff's Office in Fayetteville, Arkansas, in 1985. Shortly thereafter, he became a patrolman with the City of Fayetteville, Arkansas, Police Department.
On May 22, 2018, J.C. Raffety was appointed United States Marshal for the Northern District of West Virginia by President Donald J. Trump. In this role, Marshal Rafferty is responsible for the day to day operations of the U.S. Marshals Service in the Northern District of West Virginia.
James E. Clark
In September 2017, Attorney General Jeffrey Sessions appointed James E. Clark to be the U.S. Marshal for the U.S. Virgin Islands. Marshal Clark holds direct oversight of all district operations, security, personnel, and financial obligations throughout the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Jesse Seroyer, Jr.
Jesse Seroyer, Jr. was appointed United States Marshal for the Middle District of Alabama by President Donald J. Trump in March, 2018. Previously, Marshal Seroyer served as the U.S. Marshal for the Middle District of Alabama under President George W. Bush from 2002 until 2010. As Marshal, Seroyer is responsible for leading and directing operations, including security and protection of the United States Courts, criminal investigations, fugitive apprehension, execution of federal court orders and other law enforcement activities.
John Cary Bittick
Prior to his appointment as U.S. Marshal, Bittick served as Sheriff of Monroe County, Georgia, for 35 years. During his tenure, the Sheriff's Office grew from 28 personnel to 128 staff members and achieved and maintained national accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. (CALEA). Additionally, the Sheriff’s Office’s C.A.R.E. (Child Abuse Reporting Enforcement) Cottage received the Excellence in Victim Services Award from the International Chiefs of Police.
John D. Jordan
As the Marshal, Jordan is responsible for leading and directing operations, including security and protection of the United States Courts, criminal investigations, fugitive apprehension, execution of federal court orders and other law enforcement activities. Marshal Jordan served as the Sheriff of Cape Girardeau County, Missouri for 23 years, making him the longest serving Sheriff in Cape Girardeau County history.