“He checked all the boxes and then some”
BobSheriff candidate Robert Norris got the endorsement late Friday from the Kootenai County Deputy Sheriff’s Association, which passed over a captain in its own ranks to endorse Norris.
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Kootenai County Sheriff’s Deputy Association
“managed Law Enforcement services in a growing county…”
Bob’s management experience, leadership and personality make him the best choice to be our Sheriff. Bob has worked, supervised and managed Law Enforcement services in a growing county, exactly what we are experiencing in our community.
Kootenai County Sheriff’s Office.
“strong advocate of our 2nd Amendment…”
Bob’s experience at every rank make him the best choice to be our new Sheriff. He is also a strong advocate of our 2nd amendment and due process, cornerstones of our Constitution. No other candidate will value the community or all the men and women of the sheriff’s office like Bob Norris. Bob’s volunteer service to the Kootenai County Sheriff’s Search and Rescue Unit demonstrate his commitment to the community.
Dwight Van Horn
Deputy Sheriff ( Retired)
Current Board member of the NRA
“His supervision skills are second to None…”
His supervision skills are second to none, and, he in thorough in his pre planning and results-based policing. He is fair in his dealings with subordinates and the public he proudly served. I feel Robert Norris would be and outstanding choice for Sheriff and would be a valuable asset to all citizens living in Kootenai County, Idaho.
“I would consider returning if Bob is our next Sheriff…”
I was a Kootenai County Deputy Sheriff who recently left the Office. The culture of the organization has to change. Bob Norris’ leadership, experience and his emphasis for the community and the organization make him the perfect fit. I would consider returning if Bob is our next Sheriff. Bob values the men and women of the organization. I’d also like to point out the amazing men and women who work the front lines and with your help would make the organization a ‘forever spot’ rather than a jumping point for most deputies.
Former Deputy Sheriff Kootenai County