“I want the public and our employees to know that ALL personnel matters will be addressed and handled appropriately. I am deeply saddened by the actions of these employees, and offer my sincere apology to the public and the rest of the employees of in the Davis County Sheriff’s Office....
“If we say our communities are inclusive, and we appreciate and value diversity, then when we see diversity in the places we live, work and play, we should not question its validity.”
Here’s how you, the readers, reacted to recent stories and editorials about the problems in both the Weber and Davis County Sheriff’s Offices.
“One thing for which you've got to give our lawmakers credit: they love to spend money on attorneys,” writes E. Kent Winward.
“Bravo to Utah’s lawmakers for this bill. It’s the first of its kind in the nation, and it says something about our willingness to trust in our kids and in each other,” write D. Louise Brown.
“From Mulvaney’s comments, corporate profits are, once again, being elevated over the protection of everyday people,” writes E. Kent Winward.
“Come on, guys. You better learn about Weber State. You better learn where it is located, and you better learn how to pronounce the name,” writes Michael Vaughan.