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    Kau Guannu
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    Dan Jerzak
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    Andrew Johnson
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    Teneshia Kragness
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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)

How will you work with your community to promote public safety in our neighborhoods? (500 characters)

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Campaign Website http://www.danjerzak.com
Campaign Email Dan@DanJerzak.com
Campaign Mailing Address PO Box 29848
BROOKLYN CENTER, MN 55429
I will push for an increase in proven crime reduction strategies. More crime prevention information sharing, more Community Block Captains – Crime Watch – We Watch We Call, more social media safety tips and direct community contact through the City sponsored neighborhoods meetings. If elected, I want to be the council liaison to the Police Department’s Crime Prevention Program.

I currently am the Crime Prevention Specialist and will want to work with my replacement to keep you safe. I am the only candidate who has worked for the City. I know how departments work best together, what policies work, and what does not work.
Public safety We deserve to feel safe as we work, shop, and live here. If you don’t, you won’t do those things. City Council must support every safety initiative it can – new and old. More traffic control. More hot spot crime reduction efforts.

Business and Commercial Development It is time to build to expand our tax base.

Common Sense Government I am the only candidate who has worked for Brooklyn Center. I know what will work best for the most citizens.
I will push to properly fund community-based programs that have proven successful elsewhere. Our neighborhoods are not just where our houses are, but they our sources of pride, identity, and the first place we must feel safe. That is what makes your neighborhood your home.

We all need to feel like we belong here. We all need you to be an active member of the Community to achieve this feeling of belonging. Going to community events is one easy way we can all work to bringing us all together.
Facebook (Full URL) http://facebook.com/JohnsonForBC
Campaign Twitter Handle @andrewforbc
I’m not a career politician or an elitist but rather a citizen who is deeply concerned about how our choices in the here and now will impact generations to come. I was the first person to file for municipal public office in Brooklyn Center for 2022, the first to have public platforms for constituents to engage with me, and I want to be the first to get to work for you. I want to put you at the center in Brooklyn Center and make your voice heard again. I want to work for the interests of all residents, not just the loudest individuals or special interest groups. I have a broad range of professional skills and experience that will help me serve you well. I am a good listener, hard-working, an innovator, and have a strong moral compass.
1. Public Safety - Crime is trending upward everywhere. People should be able to feel safe in their homes and in the streets. 2. Address Police Department Understaffing - Even if everything develops as intended with the Community Safety Act, there will still be a need for licensed Peace Officers to help enforce the law. 3. Divided Leadership - The Council, City Manager, and city staff often seem to be at odds with each other. "A house divided against itself cannot stand."
I will work via our City Manager to ensure Chief McDaniel and the Brooklyn Center PD have the resources they need in order to have a fully staffed police department. A fully staffed police department is necessary to be proactive in the fight against crime. I would continue to support the efforts of making lateral hires to ensure we have qualified and experienced officers on our streets. A fully staffed police department also allows for community engagement which is key to crime prevention.
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