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Issues & Political Concerns

Everyone deserves a fair chance to succeed. Being treated fairly and with respect are basic principles that should be afforded to everyone. Patrick Quincy will fight each and every day to ensure that the community is advancing towards meeting these principles. Read on to learn about the issues at hand, and what is being done to combat them.


Public Safety

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Community Presence

Expansion of the Community Contract Program will allow us to provide law enforcement services to more citizens in our Precinct 3 neighborhoods.  Expanding this program will greatly decrease response times to incidents and increase the level of service we can provide to the residents we serve.

We will also work with surrounding law enforcement agencies to provide a more efficient and effective way of responding and reporting incidents.  We will work with surrounding agencies in the implementation of inter-agency task forces such as DWI and animal cruelty enforcement to better utilize our resources.


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Law Enforcement & Citizen Training

It is imperative to train deputies that the manner in which they respond to potentially hostile incidents is often the key to diffusing it.  We must teach our deputies how to respond to difficult behavior in the safest, most efficient way possible for the good of both the deputies and the citizens we serve.

The implementation of a Citizen Police Academy will familiarize the participants with the daily tasks of our deputies and how an incident evolves from the call for service to the closing of the case.  The program will be used as a format to inform the public about what we do and how those skills are applied in the community.

Building Trust

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For a Better Future

Our agency will be as diverse as the community around us.  This diversity will extend not just to our deputies, but also to our supervisors.

Our disciplinary review board will not only be comprised of law enforcement supervisors, but also trusted and respected members of the community.  These community leaders can provide an outside perspective on common disciplinary issues that may arise.  This is just an example of our commitment to bring the community together with our agency.