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Supervisor Ken Vogel endorses Steve Moore for San Joaquin County sheriff

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Posted: Thursday, April 10, 2014 10:34 am

Supervisor Ken Vogel has endorsed the re-election of Steve Moore for San Joaquin County Sheriff.

“Steve Moore is an outstanding Sheriff with over three decades of law enforcement experience. He’s never wavered in his commitment to keeping our neighborhoods safe,” Vogel said. “His resolve and solid leadership skills have proven to be vital to our citizens during their time of need.”

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  • Josh Morgan posted at 10:51 am on Fri, Apr 11, 2014.

    Josh Morgan Posts: 542

    "Every law enforcement associate in the County has endorsed Pat Withrow for Sheriff". With this information I know for sure I will be voting for Steve Moore.

  • Frank Gayaldo posted at 3:43 pm on Thu, Apr 10, 2014.

    Frank Gayaldo Posts: 26

    Every major law enforcement association in the county has endorsed Pat Withrow for Sheriff. This includes Sheriff Moore's own deputies, correctional officers and secretarial staff. The San Joaquin County Farm Bureau and Ken Vogel have decided to endorse the status quo. Meanwhile Linden farmers are constantly being ripped off by repeat offenders. Just received a call yesterday from a furious farmer. 9 million dollars wasted on jail design plans, and not one jail bed was created. According to USA TODAY, 1 in 4 SJ fugitives never return to justice. As a former fugitive apprehension consultant, I am qualified to say our extradition/fugitive policy is a total disaster. I also am a former NCIC operator for one of the most prestigious law enforcement agencies in the nation. I personally do not believe Sheriff Moore's excuse that NCIC has a computer glitch. USA TODAY said SJSO was the only department in the nation to come up with that excuse. Regarding modular jails, I have now spoken to no less than three separate private modular companies who have already successfully built modular correctional facilities throughout the nation. Two confirmed that they absolutely pass all fire, building and inmate housing requirements. One was very polite but asked to stay out of the discussion, which I understand. Bottom line is modulars are viable, and we have a sheriff that says they are not. Don't believe modular jails are viable? Simply Google "modular jails" for yourself. Folsom State Prison inmates have been building modulars since 2006. Of course they meet all Title 24 inmate housing codes. Fire and local building codes are not a problem. Want a 30 year warranty on the roof? Not a problem either. I deal in facts, not fiction. Nothing personal.



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