For exhibiting exceptional valor, Brevard County, Fla., Sheriff’s Deputy Paul Phillips was chosen as the 2019 NRA Law Enforcement Officer of the Year. Deputy Phillips exhibited exceptional valor when a dispute between two neighbors escalated to violence on June 4, 2019.
“The more we educate our young people on how to safely handle a firearm and what to do when you encounter one, the safer our children will be.”
In news that will not shock gun-rights supporters, the anti-gun utopia of California has provided further evidence that unjust gun-control laws invite official corruption.
Hundreds responded within days of announcement and course spots are filling up fast.
Deputized citizens would undergo the same background checks and evaluations all new deputies receive.
“If something like those horrific active shooter incidents was to happen here, I want the people of my county to be able to defend themselves. None of us are immune.”
With 19 Open Jobs and Recent Murder-Suicide, Georgia Sheriff Tells Citizens to Buy Guns for Protection
If you don’t have a gun, you can come and shoot ours,” the sheriff said, while offering free firearms training for those seeking to protect themselves with guns.