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(Ad) Josh Brockman, Republican Candidate for Adair Co. Sheriff



2018-05-14 - Columbia, Adair County, KY - Photo Campaign photo from candidate.

To the Voters of Adair County, KY

I have been very blessed to meet many of you over the last few months at your residence, public venues, or maybe just walking through one of our local retailers. Wherever it may have been, I thank you so much for taking the time to talk to me. We still have several days until the May 22nd primary election and I will be working diligently to meet as many more of you as I can. If I failed to meet you, I would like to take this opportunity to introduce myself.

My name is Josh Brockman and I'm a Republican Candidate for Sheriff of Adair County. I am the son of Larry (Chuck) and Cathy Bryant Brockman . I have been married 16 years to Amy Brockman, the daughter of Gary (Archie) and Geneva Brock Sneed. We are both lifelong residents of Adair County, where we are blessed to raise our three boys, Leighton, Gavin, and Camden. We are members of Bethany Baptist Church where I serve as a Deacon and we take great joy in raising our family in a Christian home. Aside from our careers, we operate a small farm in the Clay Ridge Community of Adair County.

I began my career in law enforcement as an Adair County Deputy Sheriff in 2001 and graduated the Department of Criminal Justice Police Academy on 2002. Since that day I have completed over 1800 hrs of continued education in law enforcement application in areas of leadership, drug investigations, advanced accident and criminal investigations, interviews and interrogation, criminal patrol, hazmat, and community policing. I have training at the local, state, and federal levels.

I am currently employed with the Columbia Police Department where, in addition to my police duties, I serve as the Public Information Officer and Firearms instructor. I am employed part time with Adair County EMS as KY certified EMT and I served 13 years as a volunteer firefighter in Adair County. I have dedicated my entire adult life to serving Adair County in emergency services. I don't hold any titles or positions of power. All I can stand on is my record and commitment to this community as an officer with integrity and values. I am no stranger to a 60-70 hr work week and I have always put in the hours needed to complete the task. I will only make you one promise as a candidate and that is, if elected, I will come to work each and every day of my term giving you all that I have and performing to the best of my abilities.

When making your choice in the 2018 Primary for Sheriff of Adair County on May 22nd, I humbly ask for your vote and support as we work toward A Safer Community for your Family and Mine.

Josh Brockman

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