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Los Alamos County Sheriff Marco Lucero is making a bid for reelection so he can continue the work he started during his first term in office.
“I feel that we have come a short way in making the sheriff’s office a little more professional and functional since I was first elected, but I think we still have a ways to go,” Lucero said.
“I feel that I could continue to work in cooperation with the local police and surrounding agencies to help better keep our community safe.”
Lucero is the first state certified law enforcement officer to serve as sheriff in the county. He ran for election after retiring from the Santa Fe County Sheriff’s Department, where he served for 22 years.
“I’ve been doing this for half my life. I’m 50 years old. I’ve been working in law enforcement for 25 years. I have a state certification as a law enforcement officer, which is a first in Los Alamos, and I feel that experience and training will help make the office a lot more professional,” Lucero said.
Lucero believes he has raised the profile of the county’s sheriff office during his tenure.
“The office is a lot more recognized throughout the state and around the United States when I go to various conferences,” Lucero said.
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