Presley seeks to be Craighead County Judge

JONESBORO, Ark. – Jonesboro E-911 Director Jeff Presley announced he will seek the office of Craighead County Judge in the 2018 primary election.

“I have dedicated my life to serving the people of Craighead County. My 26 years of experience in emergency services has allowed me to connect with thousands of citizens in Craighead County. I have been there to assist in their time of need and hear about issues that are important to them and their families.”

“There are several issues that bind us together as a community. Your desire to feel safe and secure in your own homes, your need for well -maintained roads and better fiscal use of your tax-payer dollars are just a few examples of my future plans for Craighead County.”

Presley knows that his years of experience with the City of Jonesboro and Craighead County government will help in re-building our rural community relations as well as directly addressing road maintenance and standard issues.

“I will continue to assist our volunteer fire departments and our sheriff’s department by giving them all the tools, equipment and training they need to keep you safe and secure in your own homes. Courthouse security will be a priority as well. We must keep our employees and visitors safe in our courthouse.”

Presley is a life-long resident of Craighead County and was previously employed with Craighead County sheriff’s office. He is currently on the Board of Directors for the Morgan Nick Foundation and received training from the National Center of Missing and Exploited Children in Washington DC.

Presley is also a liaison for State and Federal audits meeting FBI standards and Grant administration. He also serves as a liaison of Northeast Arkansas for Homeland Security.

“My belief is that all citizens should have an open and transparent government.”

Press Release – Jeff Presley; featured photo from Presley

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