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San Joaquin Farm Bureau Federation endorses Steve Moore for sheriff

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Posted: Thursday, April 17, 2014 2:22 pm

The San Joaquin Farm Bureau Federation has endorsed the re-election of Steve Moore for sheriff.

“Sheriff Moore has done a commendable job protecting our agricultural lands and communities from crime,” said Jack Hamm, the federation’s president. “Steve also was resilient during the budget crises, he was able to put more deputies on patrol so criminals didn’t vandalize equipment or steal our valued products.”

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  • Frank Gayaldo posted at 3:20 pm on Thu, Apr 17, 2014.

    Frank Gayaldo Posts: 26

    Which of the below numbers impressed the San Joaquin County Farm Bureau? Do they believe Sheriff Moore when he says modular jails do not exist in California and are not viable?

    SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT BY THE NUMBERS
    80,000,000 dollars “secured” (moore4sheriff.com 03/24/14)
    80,000,000 dollars LOST (KXTV 10 “SJ County Plans Shelved” 06/05/13)
    33,000,000 dollars of state funding lost (STOCKTON RECORD 03/13/14)
    9,000,000 dollars spent on design plans (no actual construction plans or construction permits included) for a jail that most likely will never be built. (COUNTY GRAND JURY REPORT 5/23/13)
    392 out of 1,573 wanted SJ criminals possibly would not be picked up if found in other states. (STOCKTON RECORD “They went thataway-forever” 3/24/14)
    85 wanted for sex crimes (STOCKTON RECORD 3/24/14)
    21 of which have nonextradition warrants (STOCKTON RECORD 3/24/14)
    29 sought for violent crimes (STOCKTON RECORD 3/24/14)
    9 of which have nonextradition warrants (STOCKTON RECORD 3/24/14)
    0 law enforcement agencies (other than San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office) blame the Department of Justice’s National Crime Information Center (NCIC) for having a computer glitch that somehow automatically “defaults” warrants to nonextradition status. (KXTV 10/USA TODAY 3/11/14)
    0 counties in California have a higher recidivism rate than San Joaquin (CDCR)
    0 new jail beds built during current sheriff’s last seven and half years in office
    0 major law enforcement associations in San Joaquin County endorse current sheriff

     
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