Randy Robertson is a 30-and-a-half-year law enforcement veteran. Prior to his retirement from Muscogee County Sheriff’s Office in 2015, Robertson was a leader in the department in areas ranging from undercover narcotics investigations to serving as the Director of Homeland Security for Columbus, Georgia. He attended the Command College at Columbus State University, and the FBI National Academy in Quantico, Virginia.
Following Hurricane Katrina, Robertson served the citizens of Mississippi and assisted in bringing the C.E.R.T. program, and initiative aimed that, “educates volunteers about disaster preparedness for the hazards that may impact their area and trains them in basic disaster response skills.” He is active in the Fraternal Order of Police and currently serves as the President of the FOP Georgia State Lodge.
National Police Support Fund believes Randy Robertson epitomizes the type of leader that truly understands the issues affecting law enforcement today.
National Police Support Fund continues to actively seek candidates who will respect and defend the interests of America’s police officers. Putting these types of candidates, like Robertson, into office will restore the culture of respect American law enforcement officers deserve.
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