Allison Jackson Secures Correctional Officers' Endorsement

Correctional Officers AFSCME Local 168 Endorse Jackson for DA

District Attorney candidate Allison Jackson added another key group to her list of supporters.
The Humboldt  County Correctional Peace Officers Association AFSCME Local 1684 voted recently to endorse Jackson in her bid to be the next Humboldt County District Attorney.
HCCPOA President Terri Bittner said the organization’s approximately 90 members want a district attorney who is going to be tough on crime.
“Allison’s got integrity and she actually sentences people for the crimes they have committed,” Bittner said.
Bittner said the correctional officers currently see too many serious criminals who are plead down to lesser offences.
“We want our community back,” Bittner said. “We feel things are out of control.”
Jackson, a partner at the Eureka-based Harland Law Firm, received the endorsement of the Humboldt Deputy Sheriff’s Organization last month.
Jackson has worked since 2004 representing clients in civil litigation, land-use, employment, and other areas of law. Jackson has worked in the Humboldt, Santa Cruz and Santa Clara county district attorney offices.
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This is not an endorsement but I like Eric’s policy of putting up information about all the candidates’ meetings, etc.   I thought that I’d try putting up all candidate information that is sent to me regardless of whether I personally back them.  You can send it to me @     kymkemp  @  Starband.   net.
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10 comments

  • That’s been my policy as well. People need to stay in the loop in order to make an informed decision.

  • That’s been my policy as well. People need to stay in the loop in order to make an informed decision.

  • Bittner say “we want our community back'”, I take it that’s one more voice from the Good Old Boy’s network that do in deed want their county back!

    Of course, the police and other law enforcement don’t like the idea a DA who’ll actually prosecute cops, when they break the law.

  • Bittner say “we want our community back'”, I take it that’s one more voice from the Good Old Boy’s network that do in deed want their county back!

    Of course, the police and other law enforcement don’t like the idea a DA who’ll actually prosecute cops, when they break the law.

  • Allison does not “sentence” anyone. Judges do. We live in a society where politics is more and more about fear.

  • Allison does not “sentence” anyone. Judges do. We live in a society where politics is more and more about fear.

  • I am not suprised they would endorse her. No one inculding paul have been able to get them to pay for there crimes. So many deaths.

  • I am not suprised they would endorse her. No one inculding paul have been able to get them to pay for there crimes. So many deaths.

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