Tony Strickland has announced a law enforcement advisory committee. Which name surprises you the most?
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TONY STRICKLAND FORMS PUBLIC SAFETY ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Tony Strickland is pleased to announce that he has formed an advisory committee on public safety which consists of the top law enforcement officials in our community and will serve as a valuable resource for this important issue.
Members of the committee include Ventura County Sheriff Bob Brooks, Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca, Ventura County District Attorney Greg Totten, former Ventura County Deputy District Attorney Jeff Gorell, CHP District Director Shawn Stevens, Ventura County Fire Chief Bob Roper, former Santa Barbara Sheriff Jim Thomas and Thousand Oaks City Councilmember and former Chief of Police Dennis Gillette, all of whom support Strickland's bid for State Senate.
"It is critical that we have representatives in Sacramento who understand the needs of law enforcement and will work to make our families safe. Tony Strickland not only understands this but has always remained committed to making public safety his top priority. The creation of the Public Safety Advisory Committee will strengthen Tony's solid safety record by providing access to a wealth of public safety knowledge and experience," said Sheriff Brooks.
Strickland has a strong record of supporting public safety throughout his career. While serving in the State Assembly he supported numerous measures that provided law enforcement with the tools to more effectively protect the public.
"One of the most important jobs of government is to protect public safety. If we don't feel safe in our homes, schools and neighborhoods then it is difficult to focus on anything else. I am grateful to have so many highly qualified and experienced law enforcement leaders stand with me in this effort," said Strickland.