SACRAMENTO COUNTY, CA – – District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert has received the endorsement of the Folsom Police Officers’ Association and the support of the Deputy Sheriffs’ Association and Police Officers’ Association within the Sacramento region.

“The FPOA understands the importance of sound leadership and having a person with a proven track record in a leadership role,” said Jake VerHalen, President of the Folsom Police Officers’ Association. “Anne Marie Schubert is unquestionably a proven leader with a track record that is second to none. Anne Marie Schubert has the unwaivering support of the Deputy Sheriffs’ Association and Police Officers’ Association within the Sacramento region, including the Folsom Police Officers Association.”

The Folsom Police Officers’ Association has proudly served the community of Folsom for the last 64 years.The goal of the FPOA is to partner with the community and provide quality police service through community interaction, emphasizing the highest degree of cooperation, professionalism and ethical behavior, and to create an atmosphere of safety and security.

The Folsom Police Officers’ Association consists of approximately 100 sworn Officers, Dispatchers, Community Service Officers, Records Staff and Evidence Technicians, whom have taken an oath to maintain law and order for our citizens, and represent the finest element of our community.

District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert has 28 years of experience working in law enforcement and is nationally recognized as an expert in DNA prosecution. She was elected to succeed popular District Attorney Jan Scully in June of 2014 with the support of nearly every law enforcement official and organization.

The election for Sacramento District Attorney will be held on June 5, 2018.

Paid for by Schubert for District Attorney 2018.