The shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, CT shocked the nation in so many ways. The national conversation that is now happening on gun control is, in my opinion, a difficult one.
I wanted to get the perspective of a law enforcement officer and, for that reason, I reached out to Sheriff Scott Rehmann. I hope you enjoy our conversation.
I’d love to hear from you …
What do you think should be done (if anything) as it relates to gun control? Leave your comment below!
About Sheriff Scott Rehmann
Sheriff Scott Rehmann is the 26th Sheriff of McLeod County. The Sheriff is the Chief Law Enforcement Officer of McLeod County and is responsible for both common and statutory law to keep and preserve the peace of the county. Also, the Sheriff is an officer of the McLeod District Court and has charge and custody of the county jail.
Sheriff Rehmann, his wife and children live in Winsted, Minnesota located in the northeastern corner of McLeod County.
McLeod County was created by the territorial legislature March 1, 1856, and was organized March 11, 1856. Today, the county has an area of 311,388 acres and contains 503 square miles, having 460 miles of township roads, 405 miles of county roads and 95 miles of state trunk highways. The County includes 14 townships, 9 cities and has a total population of 34,898.
You can learn more about the McLeod County Sheriff’s Office here.
You can also follow the McLeod County Sheriff’s Office on Facebook by visiting this link.
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