Bolivar County Sheriff candidate launches a new campaign and social media outreach to gain voters confidence.
Bolivar County, Mississippi, January 27, 2015. Citing a need for voters to know as many facts as they can, Bolivar County Sheriff candidate Anthony Gibson has launched a website, Facebook page, and Twitter account. The online media launch is aimed at voters who want to know more about Gibson, and allows for Gibson to present his plans for the office in a fashion that voters can browse at their leisure.
“Citizens feel I am clearly the best candidate for the job,” stated Gibson, who is currently the Chief of Police for the Town of Beulah. “My skills will allow me to present my extensive law enforcement experience and credentials, which include the positions of Juvenile Detention Officer for Bolivar County Sheriff Department, File Director for the City of Rosedale, Chief of Police of Drew, and Chief of Police of Shaw”.
Anthony has a vast array of experiences, including training at the FBI Virtual Academy; Graduated Delta State University in Criminal Justice; Federal and State Grant Writing skills from the Mississippi Attorney General’s Office and Jackson State University; and The Institute of Violence Against Women of which he is a policy council member. “Patrolling our county and livestock areas are important for our industry including our county territories where we must be present. Investigations are crucial to operations and to the effectiveness of an agency.” Gibson describes it as a key part of his campaign: “We are the second largest county in the State of Mississippi and this means we need to have a strategic plan that will focus on the agencies budgets; jails and corrections; patrol; and our courts. Through planning and focus, we can achieve remarkable goals that will align Bolivar County with being a quality serviced agency for our community. My plan is to bring back trust, accountability, and confidence and in order to do this you must have leadership experience. I will bring all this back to the Bolivar Sheriff’s Office.”
Gibson, who ran in the last election and lost comes back with more purpose in order to win this next election. “This isn’t a popularity contest; it’s about who can actually do the job, and do it right!”
“I am very pleased at our online efforts, and hope that people take the time to visit and learn more about who I am, and what I plan to bring to the job as Sheriff of Bolivar County,” stated Gibson. People can visit the website at: http://gibsonforbolivarsheriff.com/, Twitter page at https://twitter.com/Gibson4Sheriff, Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/anthonygibsonforbolivarsheriff and Google page at https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/104424433559549465310.
About Anthony Gibson
Anthony “Pates” Gibson has a vast array of experience and expertise in law enforcement, holding a myriad of positions that encompass the full spectrum of police work. Proficient in current technology and grant writing, Anthony understands how technology and good old fashioned hard work can lead to effective law enforcement that’s fiscally responsible, as well as morally accountable. Anthony Gibson currently is the Chief of Police for the Town of Beulah, a native born of Bolivar County and current resident in Cleveland, is running for Sheriff of Bolivar County. Proverbs 29:18 “Where there is no vision, the people perish: but he that keeps the law, happy is he.”