Ron Brown is seeking re-election for a fifth term as Crawford County sheriff.

Brown began his career 32 years ago serving Crawford County citizens working for the ambulance service. He then went to work for the Alma Police Department serving as a patrolman, detective and school resource officer assigned to the Alma School District.

He began his career with the Crawford County Sheriff’s Department as chief deputy on Jan. 1, 2005. He was elected sheriff in November 2010 and was sworn in on Jan. 1, 2011.

“It has been my blessing and privilege to serve and protect all of the citizens of Crawford County with the highest level of professional law enforcement service,” Brown said.

If re-elected, he said he will continue to be an example of honor, integrity and morality and will expect the same of all his employees.

“The Crawford County Sheriff’s Department will continue to enforce the law courteously and appropriately under my guidance,” Brown said. “I have the experience, knowledge and leadership skills to keep the Crawford County Sheriff’s Department moving forward.”

“My wife Darla and I ask for your vote and support this 2018 election year,” he said.