I know Harris County inside and out because I’ve called it home my entire life. I was born at St. Joseph and was raised with 8 sisters and 1 brother. Harris County is where I worked my first paper route at 9 years old, where I started a business, where my bride and raised their children and where I’ve now served as a law enforcement officer for nearly 3 decades.
I’m a Master Peace Officer and have worked in every division of the Constable’s Office. I’ve got extensive experience coordinating law enforcement efforts with the FBI, HPD, HCSO and TXDOT. When I get a chance, I spend time with Toastmasters in Texas Prisons.
It’s my privilege to serve the citizens of Harris County. You are my family, my friends, my neighbors, my colleagues and my community. I know what you go through every day. I’ve seen every hidden corner of Harris County. From boardrooms to bus stops, we all have the same drive to keep our loved ones safe.
As Harris County’s next Sheriff, I will use my expertise to bring practical and inexpensive solutions which will reduce outrageously high response times, put more deputies on the streets and engage in outreach to mend broken relationships between law enforcement and the citizens of Harris County.
From the release of repeat offenders who go on to murder innocent citizens to insufficient training for detention officers, it’s time for change. It’s time for transparency. It’s time to restore trust. It’s time for leadership. It’s time for Joe Danna.
This county matters, not just to you and me, but nationally. We are the most ethnically and racially diverse county in the United States and we demand leadership that is committed to putting civilian and officer safety above all else.