CONTACT: Paul Schrader FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
PAUL SCHRADER ANNOUNCES CANDIDACY
FOR SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY SHERIFF- CORONER
Paul Schrader officially announced his candidacy today to run for the San Bernardino County Sheriff-Coroner position in 2014, a seat that is currently held by Rod Hoops. Schrader in 2010 ran against then appointed Hoops and Averbeck. In 2010, with only five months to elections Schrader was able to garner 40,000 votes to Hoops 120,000. This time around Schrader hopes by starting earlier he’ll be able to get his message out and win over San Bernardino County.
Schrader currently works as a Deputy Sheriff at the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, is a long-time resident of Rancho Cucamonga, with 29 years of experience in city, county and Federal law enforcement. He believes the skills he has acquired during his years of leadership in the community will guide him as San Bernardino County’s Sheriff-Coroner.
A native of Arkansas, Paul was taught that hard work and dedication pays off. After graduating from high school, he enlisted in the United States Marine Corps. After training he was sent to the Fleet Marine Force as an infantryman. After 2 years he went to the Military Police and was then assigned to work as an undercover narcotics operative at the Naval Investigative Intelligence Service (NIS).
His law enforcement management skills include jail supervision, Logistics team member, Risk Analysis Team supervision, Public Information Officer, and Patrol and Legal Unit supervision.
Schrader has served as an Audit Team supervisor, giving him a clear understanding of how to most effectively use the Sheriff’s Department budget to benefit the community and Deputies.
As part of his campaign, Schrader wants to be accessible to voters having his website www.sheriffpaul.ca where he is accessible via a Q&A submission. Also, Facebook group pages have been implemented to reach virtually every city in the county.
Schrader also believes that the best way he and the Deputies of the Sheriff’s Department can protect and serve the community is to be as educated and as up to date as possible on the newest law enforcement practices, non-lethal weaponry and tactics, and correctional facility programs.
A dedicated family man, Paul Schrader and his wife Judith Bell Schrader have been married for 23 years. They have five children giving Schrader a strong family investment in keeping San Bernardino County safe.
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For more information, or if you would like to schedule an interview with Paul Schrader please call Paul Schrader at (909) 732-6964 or email Paul at Paul@SheriffPaul.ca.