Full interview with Broome County Sheriff candidate Tim “T.R.” Roberts

The following is the full interview between Michael Vass and Tim “T.R.” Roberts, who is running on the Democratic ticket – pending primary results – for the Broome County Sheriff elected position.

Tim “T.R.” Roberts has 4 decades of expereince in law enforcement and the United States Military. He was one of the first African American police officers in Binghamton, New York and the New York State Police. He was Chief of Police in Despoit, New York. He has several commendations and medals noting his service and actions to save lives under extreme circumstances.

The interview covers the background and experience of Tim Roberts. It includes discussion about his awards, his views on the operational goals he would target as Broome County Sheriff. It also discusses his views on several topical issues (national, State, and local) including: the 9/11 mosque controversy, Arizona Immigration Law, Gov. Patterson and the Native American Indians – cigarette tax, improvements/changes to correctional facilities, cost savings to tax payers (in regard to law enforcement), tasers, k-9 units, and more.

Note – M V Consulting, Inc. does not advocate any candidate or incumbent for any elected office at the local, State, or Federal level. We have not recieved any payment for any interview with a political candidate or incumbent. The interviews, present, past, and future, are intended to allow voters the chance to learn about the candidates and the issues such that an informed decision can be made in the election booth.

About the Author

Michael Vass
Born in 1968, a political commentator for over a decade. Has traveled the U.S. and lived in Moscow and Tsblisi, A former stockbroker and 2014 Congressional candidate. Passionate about politics with emphasis on 1st and 2nd Amendments.

1 Comment on "Full interview with Broome County Sheriff candidate Tim “T.R.” Roberts"

  1. I would not vote for Gary O’Neil as when Endicott Chief,picked and choose what laws he wanted to inforse as in the grafiti law and the shopping cart law. I called him and asked why the laws of grafiti and shopping cart removal from store property were not being enforsed and said we were not going to inforse those laws. I said that you can’t pick and choose law enforcement and said yes I can in a very arrogant manner.It was a slap in the face to all those that spent valuable time in getting those laws passed and for him to egnore them. We do not need another self-serving arrogant polition.J Witter,Endicott NY

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