Yavapai County Sheriff David Rhodes joins Brian Sussman this Friday for Human Trafficking Prevention Month. The Sheriff will update us on the challenges in Yavapai County of cartels, human smuggling, sex offenders, fentanyl & drugs abuse is on the rise, the rise in crime due to our open borders, and other issues affecting the residents and vulnerable communities in Yavapai County.
The good news is that due to the hard work of Sheriff Rhodes and his team, Yavapai County is having success to stop these criminal activities.
Sheriff David Rhodes is a 27-year veteran of the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office.
He began his career as a volunteer, making it official in 1994 and promoting through the ranks in positions of Sergeant, Lieutenant, Captain and Chief Deputy.
A graduate of the FBI National Academy, Session #244, he served as Commander in both the Law Enforcement Division and the Detention Division of the agency, as well as serving as the Commander of the Northern Arizona Regional Training Academy. He was elected Sheriff in November of 2020.