Nov 10 Show: Yavapai County Sheriff David Rhodes talks about New Human Trafficking Investigators and the Rule of Law

Sheriff David Rhodes

Brian Sussman talks with our favorite Sheriff, David Rhodes, about the success of his new unit assigned to the task force, and the steps he is taking to ensure the Rule of Law is applied, when appropriate, in Yavapai County.

In August, the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office promoted Samuel Contreras and Christopher Wilson to be the agency’s first human trafficking investigators. The new Yavapai County unit will be working with the multi-agency Partners Against Narcotics Trafficking task force and is “tasked with driving down demand for and assisting the victims of sex trafficking,” YCSO stated in a press release.

Sheriff Rhodes is running for re-election in 2024. Please support him and donate to his campaign here.

About Yavapai County Sheriff David Rhodes

Sheriff David Rhodes is a 29-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. Sheriff David Rhodes is also President of the Arizona Sheriff’s Association. He was elected Yavapai County Sheriff in 2020, and will be up for re-election in 2024.

You can contact the Yavapai Sheriff’s Office:

 Non-Emergency:(928) 771-3260
 Postal Mail:255 E. Gurley Street Prescott, AZ 86301