Dallas Morning News recommends Marian Brown for Dallas County Sheriff
Marian Brown has the smarts, leadership experience and law enforcement background that warrant voters taking the interim tag off her title to make her Dallas County’s next sheriff. Read More
Marian Brown, a 30-year law enforcement veteran, has served as the interim Sheriff of Dallas County since unanimously appointed by the Dallas County Commissioner’s Court in December2018 after the retirement of former sheriff Lupe Valdez to run for governor.
Brown started her career at the Duncanville Police Department in 1988 and worked her way up through the ranks to Assistant Chief of Police. After leaving Duncanville, Brown served as Chief Deputy with her primary responsibility being the directing Human Resource Development/Training and Personnel; Judicial Services; Warrant and Civil Execution; Criminal Investigations; Highway Management/Traffic/Patrol and Courtesy Patrol and Communications.
Since her appointment Brown has been active in the community, speaking to several community, civic and church groups on the topic of public safety.
After recommendations by the Dallas Morning News, as well as key political and community leaders, Brown was elected in the May 2018 primaries to represent the Democratic Party in the November general elections for the office of Dallas County Sheriff.
“I would like to thank you for your support, and I would appreciate your vote in the November elections,” said Sheriff Marian Brown.
You can volunteer or donate to help with Brown’s campaign or contact her regarding your concerns through her website.
You can also follow her on Facebook and Twitter to get the latest update on her campaign.