Sergeant and candidate for Colusa County Sheriff, Joe Garofalo has received the endorsement of Williams Mayor Patricia Ash. Ash has been a long time community leader for both the City of Williams and the region, and her support continues to demonstrate Sergeant Garofalo’s message of working to provide a safer and more cohesive region.
“To Joe, it doesn’t matter what part of the County you are from; every resident, family, business, and community are part of the same region,” said Ash. “His long time commitment to our safety and his ability to work on all levels will make Colusa County a safer and more prosperous place.”
After receiving his Degree in Criminal Justice, Garofalo moved back to Colusa County, giving him the opportunity to serve a community he has always called home. While working full-time as a Correctional Officer, Garofalo went to the Yuba Police Academy on nights and weekends to receive the training that would allow him to become a Deputy Sheriff.
Since that time, Garofalo has systematically ascended through the Colusa County Sheriff’s Department, always finding ways to better protect his family, friends, and neighbors. As a Candidate for Colusa County Sheriff, Garofalo wants to reinstate beneficial youth programs, increase efficiency within the department, and aggressively address the problem of agriculture and rural crime in the county.
With almost two decades of service in law enforcement and a lifetime of service to Colusa County, Joe is uniquely qualified to serve as the next Sheriff. Joe and his wife Nicole have been married for 16 years; they are the proud parents of three children, Josie, Nicolas, and Nate.
To learn more about Joe Garofalo for Sheriff, visit: www.GarofaloforSheriff.com K