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Waseca County Sheriff

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    Jay Dulas
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    Trevor Kanewischer
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Información Biográfica

Why are you the best candidate for this position? (750 characters)

If elected, what will your top three priorities be and why? (500 characters)

What do you see as the biggest challenges to your office, and how would you address them? (500 characters)

What procedures would you implement to improve or maintain transparency in the sheriff’s department’s activities? (500 characters)

How would you describe your leadership style and how that qualifies you for the role of sheriff? (500 characters)

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Born and raised in Waseca County, I’m proud to call Waseca County home. I have served Waseca County for 26 years with the Sheriff’s Office and many years in various leadership roles on many boards and committees. I’ve worked thru the ranks from Dispatcher/Corrections, to Patrol Deputy, to Lead Investigator, and in 2011 to Chief Deputy. My 12 years as chosen leader by the Sheriff as second in command and my many years of leading Waseca area organizations (Fraternal Order of Police, Don Eustice Committee, Fair Board, Waseca Lakes Assoc, and more) have provided me the experience in bringing people together to build organizations. As an experienced leader, I will continue to strengthen law and order with integrity and accountability.
Building a stronger management team, build on employee recognitions, and stronger community presence. A stronger management team will help with recruitment and retention and more engaged staff. Lastly, I would be continue to work on mental health in the community, in the office, and within our jail. We are seeing higher than ever numbers of mental health related calls and incidents in all of these categories. I look forward to dedicating my time and resources to handling any challenges we face.
The climate of defund the police and anti-law and order movement by some has caused a huge challenge for retaining and recruiting quality employees, creative solutions will be key. #2 As with all law enforcement agencies we are constantly dealing with changing environments, changing equipment and technological advances. Being Chief Deputy has allowed me to research the shortcomings in these areas and I look to build on the projects pending and address the needs of our office currently has.
As always, I’m open to employee input, ideas, and suggestions with an open door. I’d like to start a newsletter available to the staff and public that provides monthly happenings with the office. The supervisory team will play a larger role in day to day decisions, communications, and operations. All supervisory staff will be open to new ideas and constructive criticism.
I like to hear new ideas and look from outside the box along with looking at creative solutions. I have an open door and appreciate new ideas and input, all ideas are valued. I’ve been a leader for a number of local organizations that have become even more successful and have done a lot of great things because of the team approach or getting the right team. Engaged and involved employees increase morale, build trust and build your “TEAM”. Collaboration between members and partners is key.