Kusminsky wants sheriff's office accredited
Mar 18, 2019 12:47 am
Melanie Lekocevic in the Greenville Pioneer talks with retired state police investigator Pete Kusminsky who got the backing of the Greene County Republican Committee February 27 to become the county sheriff. The local GOP backed Kusiminsky 135 to 33 over Diana Benoit, also a former state police senior investigator, to replace retiring Greene County Sheriff Greg Seeley. That sets up a primary election in June. But with the Republican Committee backing, Kusminsky is the favorite. He wants to have the sheriffs office accredited by the state. "I want to work on state accreditation to abide by a set of standards that police agencies should adhere to," Kusminsky said. He also says he will create task forces about school safety issues and protecting the elderly from scams. Read the full story in the Greenville Pioneer.