Promoting ethical and effective leadership for law enforcement can be a challenging quest into the future of criminal justice in the United States. Shifts in policies and procedures are essential to safely carry out our mission within the communities we serve. Utilizing the most current best practices will promote integrity and moral turpitude for law enforcement. Evidence driven decision making, coupled with a strong challenge of academic and pragmatic understanding of ethics in modern law enforcement is essential to the training foundation.
Recent events exhibit the essential need for law enforcement agencies to look inward and reflect upon their agency goals and the goals of the communities they serve. Law enforcement leaders must be mindful of the concerns of the members of their agencies and develop effective strategies and integrity-driven programs to help improve the future of criminal justice. As your Sheriff I possess the necessary knowledge and skills to follow a vision and make the changes necessary to positively lead the Orange County Sheriff’s Office and creatively think out of the box to accomplish our goals.
In my vast experience over the past three decades, I have observed countless changes in law enforcement. Modernization and criminal justice issues have guided law enforcement agencies to make changes to keep in touch with the communities they serve. As your Sheriff I make this promise to carefully review modern criminology and criminal justice issues as we strive to serve our communities effectively. As events unfold in the nation, it has never been more apparent for the need of our police leaders to review and make changes that are mindful of not only the needs of the communities we serve, but the needs of the law enforcement officers who we rely upon to efficiently carry out their duties in a safe and effective manner. As your Sheriff, Paul Arteta will lead our current and future law enforcement officers into the 21st Century.
As your Sheriff, Paul Arteta will lead our current and future law enforcement officers into the 21st Century.
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