Assembly candidate, Janell Proctor, is extremely honored to receive the endorsement of the Pittsburg Police Officer’s Association for her race in District 14 which encompasses portions of Contra Costa, Solano, and Napa counties.
“Several months ago, the Pittsburg Police Officer’s Association was introduced to Janell Proctor who indicated she was running for California State Assembly, District 14. Ms. Proctor showed empathy and compassion for the tough challenges currently facing public safety. Unlike many current political candidates, Ms. Proctor stated that before she could formulate effective solutions to these complicated issues, she needed to fully understand a policing perspective. Ms. Proctor spent countless hours on multiple occasions engaging our association in dialogue for positive change. Ms. Proctor participated in ride-a-longs where she eagerly engaged our officers about important topics such as departmental and community relations, our current homelessness crisis, mental health awareness and de-escalation options. In a time where many politicians are selling solutions absent of a sincere investment towards first fully understanding the problem, Ms. Proctor stood alone in her approach. The Pittsburg Police Officer’s Association firmly believes that through her hard work, genuine dialogue and a logical approach Janell Proctor is exactly the leadership that our community needs in these unprecedented times. We are truly honored to provide our endorsement to her candidacy and fully support her compassionate approach towards supporting our community.” – Pittsburg Police Officer’s Association
Proctor is challenging incumbent Tim Grayson who is seeking his third term in the Assembly. The Contra Costa County portion of District 14 includes Concord, Clayton, Clyde, Martinez, Pleasant Hill, Bay Point and Pittsburg. For information on her campaign visit proctor4assembly.com.