1) To keep our community safe;
2) To continue to work collaboratively with our community and public safety partners;
3) To continue to seek and retain professional and competent staff; and
4) To be fiscally responsible.
I believe that it takes more than just enforcing laws to create a sense of safety in our communities. Community safety includes establishing and maintaining relationships with neighborhoods, businesses, non-profit agencies and public safety partners, all working together toward a safer Marion County.
Be Safe, Sheriff Jason Myers
“It is difficult to understand how Michael Rosales was not deported years ago,” she said. “We feel the justice system failed our family, our society and country.”
Family and friends of Pennock described “Will” as generous, outgoing, optimistic and funny.
“He loved serving his country and knowing he was helping to keep us safe,” said his mother.