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Democratic Candidate for Sheriff
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The Broward Supervisor of Elections Office has started mailing ballots to people who have requested them. For your health and safety, you can request your mail-in ballot by clicking the link below to receive a ballot and vote by mail. If you requested or received your mail-in ballot, please cast your vote for Al Pollock.
Broward Sheriff's Office Employees
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AL POLLOCK'S VISION FOR THE BROWARD SHERIFF'S OFFICE
ELECT AL POLLOCK
BROWARD COUNTY SHERIFF
The Broward Sheriff’s Office touches the lives of everyone in our county. The spectrum of services and support provided by BSO affects schools, neighborhoods, roads, traffic, legal system, airports, seaport, mental and health care services, and other aspects of our society. Most importantly, it affects you and your family.
While BSO does not serve all communities in Broward, it does answer to all residents and should be the beacon of outstanding law enforcement, fire-rescue, and detention services in our county. BSO must serve and protect by providing the most responsive, thoughtful, deliberate and comprehensive services within our county, while also working cooperatively with other local, state and federal agencies to fulfill our mission.
Yet, in the past several years, BSO has failed to live up to its obligations. Leadership has not provided a vision of excellence. Cronyism has crept into the ranks and kept good and experienced people from rising to their highest potential. Resources and support have been withheld due to lack of experience, knowledge or pettiness. BSO has not built solid alliances with neighboring and national law enforcement agencies to foster trust and cooperation.
BSO is broken.
With your support, we will repair BSO's operations, strengthen its people, improve the morale, and provide the high-quality law enforcement, fire-rescue, and detention services that Broward County deserves. Drawing on my 40 years of law enforcement experience – from serving as a deputy sheriff on road patrol to command staff – and leading teams of dedicated, smart and resourceful people, I am confident and optimistic that we can bring positive change to BSO.
With your support, we will.
EXPERIENCE DOES MATTER:
40 Years of Law Enforcement Experience
BSO Colonel, Retired 2017
BSO Watch Commander
Road Patrol Sergeant
Task Force Involvement: Organized Crime; Gang and Juvenile Unit; Narcotics and Vice Unit; FBI, Homeland Security, DEA Task Forces; and Office of Recruitment
Former U.S. Marine with Honorable Discharge
Bachelor's Degree in Public Administration
Democratic Primary Election:
When Mail-in Ballots Will Be Received to Voters:
Democratic Primary Election: July 9 - July 16
General Election: September 24 – October 1