San Diego Police Officers Association Unanimously Endorses Amy Reichert for San Diego County Supervisor

San Diego, CA – The San Diego Police Officers Association (SDPOA) has announced its endorsement of Amy Reichert for San Diego County Supervisor. This significant endorsement is a testament to Amy Reichert’s unwavering commitment to the safety and security of the San Diego community and her steadfast support of law enforcement.

Amy Reichert, a dedicated public servant and community advocate, expressed her gratitude for the SDPOA’s endorsement, stating, “I am deeply honored to receive the endorsement of the San Diego Police Officers Association. The safety and well-being of our community are of paramount importance to me. As your County Supervisor, my priority will be to keep our community safe and support our police officers.”

In an era of increasing negativity surrounding law enforcement, Amy Reichert is a steadfast advocate for the men and women who serve and protect the San Diego community. She firmly believes in the crucial role that law enforcement plays in maintaining a safe and thriving society.  

“In today’s increasingly anti-police climate, Amy is not afraid to stand against that narrative. The SDPOA has chosen to endorse Amy for standing alongside law enforcement in San Diego. As a Supervisor, we know she will ensure public safety is a top priority and fight to ensure law enforcement has the tools and resources they need to keep us safe.” Said Jared Wilson, SDPOA President.

Amy Reichert’s platform for County Supervisor includes a comprehensive plan to enhance public safety, support law enforcement agencies, and ensure they have the necessary resources to carry out their duties effectively.

The San Diego Police Officers Association’s endorsement is a testament to the confidence in Amy Reichert’s ability to lead, advocate, and take the necessary actions to ensure public safety. It is a powerful affirmation of her commitment to the community she serves.

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