Three candidates are on the ballot for the upcoming Republican primary for Outagamie County Sheriff.
John Brylski is facing off against Clint Kriewaldt and Alex Bebris.
Brylski says if he’s elected he’d focus on police-community relations. He says patrol officers would have their productivity scores based in part on community-police contacts on a regular basis.
Brylski says he’s worked in public service for 32 years including four years in the Marine Corps. He says his diverse experience gives him the tools and knowledge for the job.
The primary is on August 14th. The winner will take over for Sheriff Brad Gehring. He’s retiring after 28 years with the department.
We heard from Bebris yesterday and we’ll hear from Kriewaldt tomorrow.