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Sheriff Mascher Honored at First Board of Supervisors Meeting for 2021 


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  • Recently-retired Sheriff Scott Mascher was shown appreciation by the Board of Supervisors
  • Mascher said, “It's been an honor to serve Yavapai County”
  • Chairman Brown said, “We the people of Yavapai County are extremely fortunate to have had a sheriff like Scott Mascher.”
  • Newly-elected Sheriff David Rhodes took office on January 1
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The Board of Supervisors took time to show appreciation to former Sheriff Scott Mascher

At the very first Yavapai County Board of Supervisors meeting for 2021, the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors presented the recently retired Sheriff Scott Mascher with a certificate of appreciation, a State flag that had flown over the Courthouse, an American Flag, as well as a present from the board.  The new Yavapai County Sheriff David Rhodes was on hand to thank the outgoing Sheriff for his many years of dedication and service to Yavapai County. Chairman Craig Brown took a minute to welcome Sheriff Rhodes and wish him well in his new role.  



Sheriff Mascher said, “It has been an honor to serve Yavapai County and I could not have accomplished all that I did if it were not for the support of Yavapai County staff.  Their dedication to serving the residents of Yavapai County was inspiring and made the work of the Sheriff’s Office possible.” 



Chairman Brown said, “We the people of Yavapai County are extremely fortunate to have had a sheriff like Scott Mascher.  He has dedicated his life to keeping the people of Yavapai County safe and has looked at the Sheriff’s Office to be a leader in the criminal justice community.  His innovate programs have streamlined the criminal justice system and effectively reduced recidivism and stopped the chain of repeat offenders. The sheriff and I have not always agreed on every issue but since we both have law enforcement background; we both appreciate the intricacies of what needs to be done and always weigh the costs of those innovations. Scott will be missed, and I am confident that Sheriff David Rhodes will continue in the same vein as his predecessor.” 



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