S4, E6 – Membership Involvement In Elected Positions (Special Guest Sheriff Pat Withrow)

On this episode of On the Job With PORAC, PORAC President Brian Marvel and Vice President Damon Kurtz invite in San Joaquin County Sheriff Pat Withrow to discuss membership involvement in elected positions and our current political climate regarding law enforcement.

To learn more about Sheriff Pat Withrow’s re-election campaign, visit www.withrowforsheriff.com

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Sheriff Pat Withrow biography:

 
Sheriff Withrow was elected Sheriff on June 5th, 2018, and was sworn into office on January 7th, 2019. This is Sheriff Withrow’s first term as Sheriff, but it is his 29th year with the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office.
 
During his tenure, he has worked in almost every division of the department, including five years with S.W.A.T. and 12 years with the Canine Unit and Lathrop Police Services. He has also been nominated five times for the Italian Athletic Club’s Officer of the Year Award, as well as being nominated for the California State Life Saving Award.
 
Sheriff Withrow graduated from Central Catholic High School in Modesto, California, and attended Modesto Junior College and Stanislaus State University. He graduated from Union Institute and University with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Management and graduated from the West Point Leadership Academy.
 
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