Tony Spurlock for Douglas County Sheriff 2014
I’m excited to announce my candidacy for the Office of Douglas County Sheriff in the November, 2014 general election. I am a life-long conservative, long-time Douglas County resident, and have spent the last 33 years serving the citizens of Douglas County.
As an experienced public-safety executive with a proven track record of valuable leadership, integrity, public-private collaboration, and sound financial management, as well as a citizen of Douglas County, I care deeply about the safety of our community. My satisfaction comes from working with you, learning about our changing needs, and implementing creative strategies to make Douglas County a safe and strong community. My experience includes:
Creating a cold-case investigative unity to solve missing person and unsolved homicides for various jurisdictions around the State.
Commanding every division of a front range Sheriff's Office and directing a Sheriff's Office jail facility with over 400 beds
Supervised the DCSO Accreditation unit which obtained the National Sheriff's Association's Triple Crown Award, an honor only 3% of Sheriff's Office's nationwide have obtained
Managed an office of almost 700 deputies, civilians, and volunteers with a 48 million dollar budget
Graduated from the FBI National Academy, and the FBI, Secret Service and DEA Command Schools
Chairman, Victim Assistance Training Foundation, (VALE), appointed by Chief Judge Sylvestor, 18th Judicial District 2000-2006 and Instructor, Colorado's Ending Violence Against Women Act, (EVWA), and Sex Assault Training for First Responders, Nurses, EMT's and Detectives as well as instructor Colorado District Attorneys Council and County Sheriff's of Colorado
Managed collaborative efforts by the Castle Rock PD, Parker PD and Lone Tree PD for the School Board's School Marshall Program, Douglas County YESS program and Text-to-Tip Program for all DC High Schools.
Lead Homicide Investigator on over 15 homicides, lead investigator for the International Task Force "Operation Sand Pit" 1989-1992, supervisory Lieutenant during the forming of the first State and Locally run Regional Computer Forensic Laboratory Task Force in the Nation (CRCFL)
Created the DC Wild land fire crew, and was the Chief Investigator assigned by the US Forest Service and four Colorado County Sheriff's to the 2002 Hayman Fire resulting in the arrest and state and federal convictions of Terri Barton
Awards: Mike Bell Officer of the Year, 18th Judicial District Deputy of the Year, Meritorious Conduct and Meritorious Service Award.
I'd be honored to gain your support, please contact me on the form provided if you have any questions or would like to discuss my campaign. Please check back regularly for updates on my campaign or follow me on Facebook and twitter.
Tony Spurlock, Candidate for Douglas County Sheriff
Paid for by the Committee to Elect Spurlock for Sheriff
Treasurer Dan Predovich
1745 Shea Center Drive, Suite #360
Highlands Ranch, Colorado 80129