New Maricopa County Sheriff's Captain in Queen Creek Arizona

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There is a New Maricopa County Sheriff's Captain in Queen Creek Arizona, Captain Randy Brice was recently assigned as the commander for Maricopa County Sheriff's Office (MCSO) District 6 for the Town of Queen Creek.

The Maricopa County Sheriff's Office provides law enforcement services to the Town of Queen Creek, Arizona on a contractual basis.

"Captain Brice brings with him a strong background in partnering with municipal governments to provide law enforcement services and information so that the Town Council can make informed decisions on our police program. I look forward to working with him here in Queen Creek," said John Kross, Queen Creek Town Manager. "The deputies assigned to the district are experienced and energetic," said Brice. "I am looking forward to this assignment in the Town of Queen Creek." Along with a New Maricopa County Sheriff's Captain in Queen Creek Arizona, Queen Creek has also been assigned a new lieutenant named Todd Bates. Todd has been with the MCSO for 28 years and he comes to Queen Creek from a recent assignment in District 1, based out of Mesa, Arizona.

I love living in Queen Creek where the town is constantly bettering itself and taking things to the next level. I think the New Maricopa County Sheriff's Captain in Queen Creek Arizona is yet another example of the town's commitment to maintaining a small town feel, yet providing a high level of service that is offered and expected in any major city.

I moved to Queen Creek long before there were stoplights and grocery stores and it is amazing to me to see how much our community has grown and developed over the years. It truly is a wonderful place to live with all of the amenities we have available so close to home and with the protection of the New Maricopa County Sheriff's Captain in Queen Creek Arizona, watching over our community!

As an experienced, local Realtor, I am always available to answer any real estate related questions! Queen Creek is a wonderful community to live in and the Queen Creek Arizona Public Schools are among the highest ranking schools in the state of Arizona, with excelling and highly performing grades! If you are interested in buying or selling a home in the Queen Creek or San Tan Valley AZ areas, then please feel free to contact Karen Berg at 602.919.2375 for a FREE Market Analysis of your property.

 

Karen Berg 
22713 S Ellsworth Rd Bldg A 
Queen Creek, AZ 85142 
602.919.2375

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