For those of you that don't know me, I am Joe Sheridan and I am running for re-election to the Broadmoor Police Commission.

I was born and raised in Broadmoor, and my parents still live in Broadmoor in the same house where I grew up. I have chosen to raise my family here because this always has been and still is my home.

I attended local schools in our community, and received my degrees in higher education from our local colleges. I care passionately about this community and want to do my part to keep our Broadmoor families safe.

I will continue to listen to the concerns of our residents and neighbors.

My strong commitment to our Broadmoor Community, and my vast experience in law enforcement that began with the Broadmoor Police Department in 1988, gives me my passion and desire to serve you - our residents. It is this commitment and my experience that qualifies me to continue to serve you on the Broadmoor Police Commission.

I proudly served you as a Broadmoor Police Officer for 10 years. I have been employed for the past ten years by the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office where I currently serve as a sergeant.

I have proudly served you as a Broadmoor Police Commissioner for the past 8 years and am the current chairman of the Broadmoor Police Commission.

I respectfully ask for your vote so that I can continue to serve you on the Police Commission, and be your voice on that board.

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I am honored to have received the endorsement and support of the Broadmoor Police Officers Association.

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KNOW THE REAL STORY BEHIND
the other Guy.

Hanley Chan has 7 (seven) different SFPD Police Commission cases of misconduct pending against him...here is what he is not telling you! Read them below.

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Shape the Future
8/17/2009

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ABOUT THE BROADMOOR POLICE DEPARTMENT

The Broadmoor Police Department was formed December 21, 1948, to provide law enforcement services to the unincorporated area of Colma in San Mateo County, California. Currently, the Broadmoor Police Department has 10 full-time police officers and is augmented by its reserve police force; comprised of 31 Level I, II and III officers.

Broadmoor Police Department
388 - 88th Street
Broadmoor, CA 94015-1717
(650) 755-3838 (Office)
9-1-1 for Emergencies

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