The novel corona virus pandemic that is affecting the world is also affecting campaigns, and voters’ opportunities speak directly with candidates. In January, I began putting out information on my website www.Creech4Sheriff.com and meeting with our community at different gatherings. Over the next seven weeks, I will continue to use my website and social media to tell our community about who I am and the goals that I have for the Payette County Sheriff’s office and how they affect our community.
I started my law enforcement career in 1996 when I was hired at the Twin Falls County Jail. In 1997 I had the opportunity to move to Payette County when the City of New Plymouth hired me as a patrol officer. At the time that I was hired in New Plymouth, I set a personal goal to become part of our communities. I have found opportunities for community involvement, and I have continued my involvement as I started working for the Payette County Sheriff’s Office.
My involvement in both our community, as well as the Sheriff’s Office, give me a unique view of not only the needs of our community but also the needs of the Payette County Sheriff’s Office. The mission of the Payette County Sheriff’s Office is to provide excellent service and protection, through leadership and partnership with the community we serve.
Providing multiple services that directly provide for the safety and protection of our communities is the highest priority of the Payette County Sheriff’s Office. Over the next five weeks, I will break down these services and how they impact our communities. Each area of operation in the Payette County Sheriff’s Office has unique challenges and opportunities.
I am ready to begin addressing issues that will improve the service we provide to our communities. The areas of service that I will be discussing are employee retention, jail population, dispatch operations, patrol division call load, and civic engagement.
Please follow this blog every Monday over the next five weeks. This series will help voters understand the challenges we face, what has been done in the past, and what we can do in the future to address them.
Schedule of Posts:
April 13th Employee Retention
April 20th Jail Population
April 27th Dispatch Operations
May 4th Patrol Division Call Load
May 11th Civic Engagement
May 18th Recap of the last six weeks
The Primary Election is May 19th, 2020, and Lt. Creech encourages all voters to vote by absentee ballot. https://idahovotes.gov/vote-early-idaho/
A candidate that believes in partnership with citizens to make our communities safer.