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Law Enforcement Leaders Rally Behind Supervisor Kathryn Barger in Her Re-Election Campaign

Unwavering Support from Police Chiefs and Officers Highlights Barger’s Commitment to Public Safety

In a significant show of support for Supervisor Kathryn Barger’s re-election bid, prominent law enforcement organizations in the Fifth L.A. County Supervisory District have officially endorsed her candidacy, according to a statement released by Barger’s campaign.

Representing Pasadena on the County Board of Supervisors, Supervisor Barger has garnered endorsements from esteemed organizations, including the Los Angeles County Police Chiefs’ Association (LACPCA), Pasadena Police Officers Association, Burbank Police Officers Association, and Glendale Police Officers Association.

Chief Scott Fairfield, President of LACPCA, expressed their unwavering support, stating, “We have had the privilege of working closely with Supervisor Kathryn Barger, and her dedication to the safety and well-being of our community is unwavering. Her commitment to law enforcement and her tireless efforts to support our officers make her an invaluable ally. Supervisor Barger’s leadership is a beacon of hope in these challenging times. We proudly stand by her as she continues to make Los Angeles County a safer place for all.”

Supervisor Barger’s track record demonstrates her dedication to enhancing the safety and security of Los Angeles County residents. She has earned the law enforcement community’s endorsement for her extensive experience and collaborative approach, consistently advocating for increased resources for law enforcement agencies and community-oriented policing strategies.

“I am deeply honored to receive the endorsement of these dedicated public safety leaders who truly have their fingers on the pulse of our communities,” Supervisor Barger said. “I have always believed in and worked to cultivate strong partnerships between law enforcement, policy leaders, and the communities they serve. By working together, we will be able to make Los Angeles County a safer and more secure place for all of its residents.”

Supervisor Barger’s commitment to public safety has also garnered support from the Association for Los Angeles Deputy Sheriffs, Los Angeles County Professional Peace Officers Association, Los Angeles Police Protective League, Association of Deputy District Attorneys, and the National Latino Peace Officers Association.

Moreover, her campaign boasts endorsements from over 40 Mayors and Councilmembers within the Fifth District.

The Fifth Supervisorial District of Los Angeles County is home to nearly two million people, covering over 2,785 square miles and touching the Ventura, Kern, and San Bernardino County lines. In total, it includes portions of 20 cities, 63 unincorporated communities, and 15 neighborhoods in the city of Los Angeles. Supervisor Kathryn Barger’s unwavering commitment to public safety has garnered widespread support, highlighting her dedication to making the county a safer place for all its residents.

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