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Forward thinking law enforcement leadership

  • Lead by example – My opponent subscribes to the idea of “do as I say, not as I do,” and has often been heard telling people, “It’s great to be king.” I work for you and I will lead with dignity and humility, setting the example of behavior and conduct I expect from our deputies.
  • KCSO must leverage technology effectively to improve service. My opponent has squandered over $6 million in taxpayer dollars on a failed records management system. This failed records-keeping system also resulted in substantial delays in criminal investigations when initial reports were “lost” or misidentified. Knowing from the outset it was likely to fail, he pushed forward anyway, creating further waste. We must have the courage to try new things and the integrity to make sound fiscal choices.
  • Adopt and implement the King County Equity and Social Justice Strategic Plan within the Sheriff’s Office. The plan has a number of deliverables and benchmarks for the entire county that my opponent has ignored and the Sheriff’s Office has thus far failed to meet.
  • In my 32 years of law enforcement experience, 19 have been spent in positions of leadership and command. Even with far more management experience than my opponent, I consider myself a student, constantly seeking to learn and grow to be the best possible leader of people and of this organization

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