Paul Schrader has announced his candidacy for sheriff of San Bernardino County in the June 2010 election.
Mr. Schrader has 27 years of law enforcement experience at city, county and federal levels. He currently works as a Deputy Sheriff Bonus One with the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department.
Raised in Arkansas, Paul Schrader was taught that hard work and dedication pay off. He was active in his community as a Boy Scout and a law enforcement Explorer. He worked with youth in bike safety programs and as a camp adviser.
After graduating from high school, Mr. Schrader enlisted in the United States Marine Corps and was sent to San Diego boot camp. He then became part of 1st Marines as an infantryman.
Two years later, he joined the military police, and was then assigned to work as an undercover narcotics operative at the Naval Investigative Intelligence Service (NIS).
Paul continued his career in law enforcement for the next 25 years working in city, county and federal positions in the jails as a supervisor, logistics team member, patrol member, legal unit supervisor, audit team supervisor, risk analysis team supervisor, film/media relations/operations supervisor and on a merger team of two agencies as a supervisor. He has completed 50 units toward his degree in Administration of Justice. He is continuing his education.
Paul has taken several training classes throughout his career and received several law enforcement awards.
A dedicated family man, Paul Schrader, 47, and his wife Judith Bell Schrader have been married for 21 years and live in Rancho Cucamonga. They have five children: Abby, Anna, Amy, Amber and April. Paul has a strong family investment to keep San Bernardino County safe.
Paul was elected as President for 2 years, then Vice-President, in his home owners association. Paul was able to maintain a budget, and never raise dues in a community of 540 homes. During this past year, Paul has appeared on the TV show “NBC the Filter with Fred Roggin” as a political contributor. Paul and his family are active in their church, Water of Life in Fontana. They go with the church several times a year to help feed the homeless at “skid row” in Los Angeles. He is also active at the Church’s new food warehouse in Fontana, helping feed the poor.
Paul Schrader is committed to bringing a fresh start to the San Bernardino Sheriff’s Department, by drawing from his years of public service experience, along with training, innovation and technology. Paul will inspire the sworn staff and professional staff to enforce the law in a fair manner and defend the rights of all. He is dedicated to make San Bernardino County a safe place to live, work and raise a family, by promoting strong law enforcement and public partnerships that will enhance the quality of life within our communities.
I, Paul Schrader, approve this press release. My e-mail address is SheriffPaul@Charter.Net
For more information on upcoming events, go to my Facebook page:
“Elect Paul Schrader for Sheriff.” My website www.sheriffpaul.net will be coming soon.
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