Sheriff’s Advisory Council Launches Campaign

The Douglas County Sheriff’s Advisory Council Launches Campaign to Show Support of Law Enforcement
Posted on 05/25/2021
The Douglas County Sheriff’s Advisory Council Launches Campaign to Show Support of Law Enforcement
Minden, NV - The Douglas County Sheriff’s Advisory Council (DCSAC) is asking the public to join in a campaign they have named “Thumbs Up for Law Enforcement” to encourage the public to give law enforcement personnel a thumbs up in the spirit of support.  They are asking that when the public encounters a law enforcement officer – Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Deputy, patrol, or any surrounding area agency – to give them a thumbs up.

“Law enforcement is a tough, but necessary job. These men and women work to keep us safe. We are asking citizens to give a friendly thumbs up to strengthen the relationship between law enforcement officers and the community they serve,” said Jim Leeg with the Sheriff's Advisory Council. “By giving a thumbs up, you are recognizing that individual member of law enforcement who is facing scrutiny and may need the little reminder, good job, or you are appreciated.”

DCSAC encourages you to share this campaign on social media and with other members of the community. 

DCSAC is a non-profit service organization founded to raise funds for extraordinary expenses of the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office including continuing education and training for personnel, technological resources and other supplemental equipment. DCSAC consists of community volunteers dedicated to supporting the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office by obtaining grants and private donations for needed equipment and education not afforded in the general budget. 

To learn more about the Douglas County Sheriff’s Advisory Council please visit: https://dcsheriffsadvisorycouncil.org/

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