March 13, 2007
Kirby said he will help boost moral within the department to help decrease turn over. He said training new officers costs the county too much money and having inexperienced law enforcers makes citizens unsafe.
“The Sheriff has stated that he faces the same problems that other agencies do, but his turn over rate at least two times higher than that of other agencies,” said Kirby.
If elected, Kirby said he will develop a well trained auxiliary deputy program at very little cost to tax payer. These former law enforcers would help increase police visibility.
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