High Constable was the title given to the elected official who served as the public figurehead of High Dale, with a headquarters in the village of Highcastle. This position was voted upon by the six members of the Dale Council; to them, they served as chairperson and a deciding ballot in case of deadlocked votes.
Furthermore, the High Constable was in charge of the dale's law enforcement. They supervised the six constables of the dale, whose responsibilities included training and rallying the local militia and arresting offenders and criminals.
- Irreph Mulmar
- A local hero of the dale, Irreph served as High Constable until 1358 DR when he was ousted by a Zhent occupation of High Dale. He returned to the position in 1368 DR amid great pressure from public demand.