Yes I understand that Timothy Daniels has a masters degree, but they do not have a course at NC state or Western Carolina that teaches you to be a Sheriff, and as far as his resume on training , most of the training is offered in Basic Law Enforcement Training, and then for every year after in service training is offered. As far as any other training he does have it is nothing uncommon for any other officer with equal amount of time as Mr. Daniels to have. In referring back to his courses; all the courses he has took is aimed to being a State Trooper, not saying the Highway Patrol doesn't have an important job, but the qualifications for a Sheriff is completely different. Has Mr. Daniels ever worked a murder, breaking and entering, rape, child abuse, domestic violence, or drug case. Does Mr. Daniels have any experience in handling Civil process, the Sheriff's Office is the Only agency in the State that handles Civil Process. Does Mr. Daniel's have any experience in managing a detention center that houses over 200 inmates a day? Has Mr. Daniels ever been responsible for managing a multi million dollar budget? The Highway Patrol is only responsible for Highway Public Safety, a Sheriff and his deputies is responsible for protecting homes, schools, our children, communities, and our streets. Now as I see it who is most qualified?
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