A Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Division captain introduced her bid Tuesday to switch Sheriff Alex Villanueva.
Capt. Britta Steinbrenner, a 34-year veteran of the division, stated she needs the company to construct “new and higher policing for a greater tomorrow by way of communication and a badge meaning honor in service to our neighborhood.”
“There may be a lot work to be completed each internally and externally inside our division and neighborhood,” she stated in a press release. “I pledge when elected as L.A. County sheriff to create the change that each one residents of LA County deserve.”
She stated she has labored by way of the administrations of 5 elected sheriffs, and discovered to “by no means compromise my very own values of proper and improper and always remember the residents and the neighborhood that we serve.”
Throughout her time with the sheriff’s division, Steinbrenner has labored in quite a lot of roles, together with stints within the Emergency Operations, Reserve Forces, Threat Administration and Personnel Administration bureaus, together with time on patrol and custody assignments.
Los Angeles Airport Police Chief Cecil Rhambo can also be looking for the sheriff’s job. Eliezer Vera, a 32-year sheriff’s division veteran, can also be operating for the put up. Vera had been chief of the company’s Know-how and Assist Division, however he was demoted from chief to commander after asserting his marketing campaign to unseat Villanueva. The sheriff’s division defended the transfer, saying Villanueva has “the fitting to take away senior-level advisers whose views don’t align together with his personal agenda.”