Nov 04, 2014
Thu Jul 31, 2014
NCIS: Recently Retired, Special Agent-in-Charge of the Carolinas Field Office, Joe Kennedy will give us insights on how investigating crime has changed as we have moved into the 21st century. Mr. Kennedy is an exceptional speaker who is internationally acclaimed for NCIS Cold Case Homicide Unit. He wrote the protocols for the NCIS Cold Case investigations, which have been adopted by many agencies around the globe. He also served as a board member for the Department of Justice “Weed and Seed” Task Force in Charleston, SC. He will speak about how the work his office is similar too – and is different from – what viewers see in the NCIS series on TV. He will tell why he believes Rick Ervin is well qualified to serve as sheriff.
**Members of the public are encouraged to attend this event. You may RSVP online or may call the Ervin For Sheriff Campaign 704-402-3900
We need your help!! For those who are willing and wanting to help work the polls for Rick Ervin, please let me know. We are having a meeting on Sunday @ 4:00pm to see who is able and willing to work and what times you are available. We will have more specifics on everything then.
We will meet at the Masonic Lodge in Troutman at 4:00pm Sunday May 4th. The address is 130 E. Church St. Troutman NC 28677.
**If you are not able to make this meeting please let me know what precinct you are willing to work at and the times you are able
Sarah E HarveyCampaign Manager252-626-8454
Please come out Monday April 28th at 6:30pm for the Democratic Sheriff's Forum. All are invited and everyone is encouraged to attend. This will be held at the Old Statesville Court House which is located at 200 South Center St. Statesville NC.
It will be a great opportunity for everyone to meet Rick Ervin and the higher level of Professional Law Enforcement experience he will bring to Iredell County. We look forward to seeing and meeting everyone Monday evening!
Compliance with State and Federal Law
Higher level of professional law enforcement
A collaborative effort between law enforcement and the community
Rick Ervin is committed to being Everyone's Sheriff. He believes that Iredell County needs a higher level of professional law enforcement to handle the ever changing circumstances. Rick’s entire law enforcement career has helped prepare him for this challenge.