North Carolina Representative Jamie Boles, North Carolina Representative Allen McNeill, and North Carolina Senator Jerry Tillman have been recognized as 2017 Defenders of Public Safety according to Sheriff Godfrey who serves on the Sheriffs’ Association Legislative Committee.
This recognition highlights their work during the 2017 legislative session to protect public safety in North Carolina.
All three are advocates for law enforcement issues which impact the offices the state, sheriff, and local communities.
“They took a leadership role in advancing the legislative priorities of the North Carolina Sheriffs’ Association which represents all 100 sheriffs in the state,” said Sheriff Carson H. Smith, Jr., President of the Association. “As a result of their work, our sheriffs are better equipped to protect the lives, liberties, and property of North Carolina’s citizens.”
Sheriff Godfrey stated, “I sincerely appreciate their work and their concern for improving the safety of Moore County Citizens.”
Boles represents District 52 which includes part of Moore County, McNeill represents District 78 which includes Moore and Randolph Counties, and Tillman represents District 29 which includes Moore and Randolph Counties. All three members are Republicans.
Feature photo: Representative Boles
Courtesty photos from Moore County Sheriff’s Office