A Deputy and Law Enforcement Veteran of Nearly 24 Years, Mark Brazel of Litchfie

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A Deputy and Law Enforcement Veteran of Nearly 24 Years, Mark Brazel of Litchfie


A deputy and law enforcement veteran of nearly 24 years, Mark Brazel of Litchfield is a Democrat seeking the office of Montgomery County Sheriff. If elected Brazel vows to make necessary budget cuts with no disruption in service or loss of jobs "by taking a top-down look at the budget, and making additional cuts where necessary." "I was the first candidate to state I would eliminate the Undersheriff position, my opponent has since eliminated the position in the newly proposed budget. This only reaffirms that the position was a costly, politically motivated duplication of administrative responsibilities that has caused our already strained staffing to be with one less deputy on the streets." Brazel said. Brazel also stated that he will eliminate overtime for SALARIED employees such as the Undersheriff and Chief Deputy who have collected over $90,000 in overtime since 2011. The Montgomery County handbook lists both of these positions stating they are not entitled to receive overtime pay.

Brazel said that he plans to be an "everyday working Sheriff, actively speaking with members of town boards, citizens and assisting deputies as much as possible with workload and call volume. He will also implement a plan to keep our schools safe by "working with school administrators, social workers, teachers, students, law enforcement agencies and other members of the community," the candidate said.

Brazel also promises to tackle the growing drug problem in Montgomery County by "taking a new aggressive approach by creating special drug enforcement details every week, targeting both the dealers and the street level crimes. …

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