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Hwy. 69 Republicans and Conservatives Group

HWY. 69 REPUBLICANS & CONSERVATIVES GROUP Great evening at the Hwy. 69 Republicans and Conservatives group. I got an opportunity to share some of the trail blazing criminal justice reform programs and benifits experienced by those efforts happening within the...

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Interview with Prescott ENews

INTERVIEW WITH PRESCOTT ENews  Had the pleasure of sitting down with Glenn Martin with Prescott ENews. Click below to see the entire interview. Thanks to Glenn for the engaging interaction. Looking forward to doing it again....

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January 2020 Political Functions

January political functions  I was recently asked if I have any scheduled speaking events for my campaign. While I don't have any specific public speaking events planned at the moment, I will be in attendance at multiple political functions where candidates will...

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Candidacy Announcement

Candidacy Announcement Dearest family, friends and colleagues, With my eligibility to retire from my position at the Yavapai County Sheriff's Office rapidly approaching, I have found myself questioning what the future may have in store for me.  As most of you are...

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YCSO Detention Center’s school gets its first high school graduate

 

“Graduation time is here, and while most families will gather on football fields and inside stadiums to celebrate, one local incarcerated student celebrated earning his high school diploma at the Camp Verde Detention Center.”

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Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office Once Again Recognized for Innovative Jail Programs

June 18, 2018

“The National Institute for Jail Operations (NIJO) is always looking to commend jail personnel for new and innovative ideas on how to improve and enhance facilities.

The Detention Facility Innovation Award is awarded to an agency which has demonstrated exceptional achievement in developing and/or enhancing a particular aspect or feature in the facility or in facility operations. This aligns with the NIJO’s goals of heading towards and using legal-based principles to continually update and improve the corrections workplace.”

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