Is Dave Williams saying the officers of the Sheriff’s Department are not professional and ethical?
Hey Bill maybe he is talking about Sam Graves. The same person you seem to have a problem with. Oh but you have problems with lots of people and would never question “any” police officer. Make up your mind Bill. What are YOU saying?
Anyone can make things up at about a website. Look at the Coffey website. He is unclear about what a police officer is and he worked for a security guard company at the DOJ building. Did he ever attend college?
Face it the only thing you are doing with all of your BS is helping Williams.
Thank You Bill!
I went to Sheriff Coffey’s website and here is what I found. You tell me what is not true since you know so much.
When Sheriff Rex W. Coffey began his first term as the Sheriff of Charles County,
he was no stranger to law enforcement. Having retired from a distinguished career at the
Charles County Sheriff’s Office and later having served as a security
official for the U.S. Department of Justice, he has dedicated most of his life to fighting crime
and ensuring the safety of his fellow citizens. The Sheriff began his career as a correctional officer
at the Charles County Detention Center when he was 21 years old. Three years later,
he became a police officer. He worked in several capacities including as a patrol officer and a
detective and spent eight years as a narcotics investigator, tackling the county’s drug problems
with skill and tenacity. To this day, ridding Charles County of drugs remains one of his priorities.
Sheriff Coffey retired as a lieutenant in 1996 and began working for a private security company
contracted by the U.S. Department of Justice in Washington, D.C., to provide security
for justice buildings. After being elected Sheriff in November 2006, he left the security company
as a special deputy U.S. Marshal with the rank of Major. An integral component of Sheriff Coffey’s
strategic plan to fight crime in Charles County includes assigning as many police officers as
possible to patrol operations because high visibility of police is an effective crime deterrent.
In addition to providing services that ensure the safety of Charles County citizens, he is also
committed to providing the youth of Charles County with opportunities to interact with law enforcement
in a positive atmosphere that encourages good decision making.
Sheriff Coffey has lived in Charles County for more than 40 years and is a husband,
a father of two grown children and a grandfather to his four grandchildren. He is active in his
church and in many community organizations, including the Waldorf Lions Club, La Plata Kiwanis,
Charles County Chamber of Commerce and Center for Children mentoring program.
If my comments are making Dave Williams look good then he is the best looking guy on the face of the earth. Facts are facts Joan. Unless you have facts to back up your comments then it is just your opinion. And you know what they say about opinions…