Collier County Sheriff Kevin Rambosk has earned an A+ grade from the Greater Naples Better Government Committee.
Committee members recently interviewed Sheriff Rambosk and graded him by measuring the progress he has made in fulfilling his campaign promises since he earned re-election in 2012.
“No public official has ever come before the Greater Naples Better Government Committee as well prepared as Sheriff Rambosk,” said Sally Tiffany, president of the committee. “His extensive documentation to verify his adherence to his platform statement goals submitted at the time of his campaign in 2012 is exemplary.”
The areas in which Sheriff Rambosk was evaluated were:
- Building the next generation of emergency communications
- Creating family based safety skills academy
- Stopping the practice of texting and driving
- Enhancing prevention, awareness and protection for seniors
- Expanding community and business partnerships
Sheriff Rambosk was gratified when he learned of his grade.
“I am pleased that the committee recognizes my commitment to our community,” Sheriff Rambosk said. “We have made tremendous progress as an agency thanks to the hard work and dedication of the men and women of the Collier County Sheriff’s Office.”
The Greater Naples Better Government Committee is the oldest political action committee in Collier County. It endorses candidates for public office, evaluates elected officials on their performance and speaks out on issues of importance to the community.