PUBLIC SAFETY AND LAW ENFORCEMENT

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“I will always fight to keep Riverside County Safe.
Our families deserve no less.”
-Assemblyman Eric Linder

The first right of any Californian is to not be a victim of crime. That is why Eric Linder has made public safety a top priority, including making sure that law enforcement professionals have every tool they need to protect families, neighborhoods and communities. This includes funding for personnel, training and equipment with a special focus on ensuring that local law enforcement officials are not forgotten in Sacramento.

“The courage to take on the toughest challenges”
“The common sense to know how to get things  done”
– Harriet Solarno, President Crime Victims United of California

In just his first year, Crime Victims United named Assemblyman Eric Linder their LEGISLATOR OF THE YEAR for his work protecting Women and children. Linder has also authored new laws to enact tougher penalties on sex offenders and make sure we protect the most vulnerable of all. He is continuing the fight against releasing dangerous criminals from prison to ease overcrowding. This terrible policy has already had a serious impact, and that is why action must be taken to keep these and other violent offenders off our streets.

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