Making Kenosha County
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Experienced Leadership for a Safe Kenosha County
Sheriff Dave Zoerner has the Command and Supervisory Experience to Get the Job Done
Northwestern University Police Supervisor Academy Graduate
Active Member Tactical Response Team Hostage Negotiator
Police Science Instructor at Gateway Technical College
Certified Firearms and Taser Instructor
FBI Executive Leadership Training Graduate
2014 Police Officer of the Year
Opioid Task Force Member
Kenosha County Chapter 51 Committee on Mental Health Member
Former US Marine Corps Presidential Guard
Former Resource Officer for Wilmot High School
Sheriff David Zoerner is Working to
Make Kenosha County Safe Again
EXPERIENCED LEADERSHIP TO KEEP FAMILIES SAFE
Sheriff David Zoerner has the command, supervisory, and tactical response experience to get the job done. He has dedicated his career to ensuring protection for everyone, from the children he served as a school resource officer to the President of the United States as a former Marine and member of the Presidential Guard.
A PLAN FOR A SAFER COMMUNITY
David is implementing a plan to work with Kenosha County Executive Samantha Kerkman to hire more hard-working deputies, adequately staff the drug unit, expand the opioid task force, and embed crisis staff within patrol. David will also increase the number of traffic safety deputies in high traffic areas such as I-94, Green Bay Road, and Hwy. 50 to make our roads safer.
FIGHTING FOR KENOSHA COUNTY
Liberal leadership failed Kenosha during the 2020 riots. David was on the job for twenty hours a day defending Kenosha against rioters as the city burned. He believes the poor communication and lack of implementation of emergency resources was nothing short of shameful. David has the training, experience, and strategic knowledge to ensure such events never happen again.
IMPROVING KENOSHA COUNTY JAILS
Making Kenosha County safe again means taking criminals off the streets and putting them in jail. Our jailers are overworked and many are retiring, which is why we must hire more jail staff for Kenosha County. David will implement plans with jail leadership to increase retention of current employees, ensure our jailers are respected for the difficult work they do, and increase the safety of their work environment.