The Culpeper County Sheriff’s Office Jail Division would like to publicly support Sheriff Scott Jenkins in his re-election bid.

The Sheriff’s Office operates with professionalism and pride under Jenkins. He supports his employees on a daily basis by providing us with everything needed to accomplish our mission. Jenkins has worked with our Board of Supervisors to be able to provide us with modern equipment and programs to keep the people of Culpeper County safe. He is well liked and respected within the law enforcement community.

Jenkins has a proven track record of accomplishments by due diligence and hard work. He is honest, trustworthy and credible.

Jenkins has dedicated his professional career to the residents of Culpeper. Countless hours of his personal time is spent at community events, updating community members and checking on his staff.

It is for these reasons we would like to urge the people of Culpeper County to keep a proven leader and vote Scott Jenkins for sheriff.

Capt. John Jenkins and staff

Jail Division, Culpeper County Sheriff’s Office

John W. Jenkins III, Janet Kilby, William Collins, Victor Washington, Jaye Hoffman, Rikki Guerrero, Ethel Butler, Eddie Bell, Taquan Cottoms, Melissa Gipson, Jason Glascock, Mike Fordyce, Josephine Breckley, Ray Satterfield, Travis Thomas, Travis Moore, Trey Martin and Brian Fletcher

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