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Election 2014: (Ad): Josh Brockman for Adair County Sheriff



2014-01-27 - Columbia, KY - Photo Campaign Photo.

To the citizens of Adair County

I am thankful for the opportunity to introduce myself as a Conservative Republican Candidate for Sheriff of Adair County. I am the son of Larry (Chuck) and Cathy Brockman. In 2001 I married my wife Amy Sneed Brockman daughter of Gary (Archie) and Geneva Sneed. We have been lifelong residents of Adair County where we raise our 3 boys Leighton, Gavin, and Camden. We attend Bethany Baptist Church.

I began my career in Law Enforcement as an Adair County Deputy Sheriff in 2001, graduating the Department of Criminal Justice Basic Police Academy in 2002. Since 2001 I have completed over 1300 hours of instruction in police studies and application covering areas such as Accident Investigation, Criminal Investigations, Interviews, Community Policing, Leadership, Criminal Patrol and Drug Interdiction. Over the last 12 years I have trained at the city, county, and state levels. I am currently employed as a Patrol Officer with Columbia Police Department were I also serve as the Public Information Officer and Firearms Instructor. In addition to my duties as an officer I have served as a volunteer firefighter for 11 years , currently work part -time as a KY licensed E.M.T, and operate our farm with my father and brother in the Clay Ridge community.

The dynamics of Law Enforcement have changed; many of the approaches we have used in the past just simply don't work anymore. With an ever changing economy there is less federal and state assistance available, so we must find ways to improve our services with less. Police protection cannot become a burden to taxpayer's. If given the chance to serve you as your Sheriff I will:
- Serve in a fair and courteous manner.
- Work with the youth of our community and educate them on the dangers of drugs and the impact of crimes on society.
- Focus on crimes against persons and property.
- Work to recover stolen property and financial loss for business owners.
- Patrol the entire county.
- I believe in and will protect your Constitutional Rights and will not support or participate in any act that infringes upon these rights.
- Retain the current employees. The staff should be free of any political pressure.
Having been involved in emergency services for over 12 years I know that I haven't always got it right and have made mistakes but I have tried to learn from them and grow as a police officer and a person. I will try to see as many of you as I can but please forgive me if I miss you. I humbly ask for your support and vote in the May 2014 primary. Thanks. - Josh Brockman.

Paid political advertising paid for by the Candidate, Josh Brockman.

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