A Maricopa man has announced his intention to run for constable of the Maricopa/Stanfield Justice Court.
Glenn Morrison of Rancho El Dorado is running for the post currently held by Bret Roberts, a fellow Republican who has announced his campaign for the state Legislature.
“I have observed the work of Constable Roberts, who has brought a high level of transparency and a new degree compassion to the office of the constable,” he said. “I would be honored to build upon the foundation he has put in place and be allowed to serve the people of Precinct 4 as the next constable.”
Born and raised in Tucson, Morrison has been a Maricopa resident since 2009. In 2011, he joined the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office Patrol Posse, holding the rank of lieutenant, and is the posse’s lead firearms/Taser Instructor. He has been an NRA-certified firearms Instructor since 1998, an Arizona CCW instructor since 1999, a law enforcement certified firearms instructor since 2012 and is an NRA Life Member.
Since 2010 he has been active with the nonprofit AZ Precision Motorcycle Drill Team, whose mission is to promote motorcycle safety and safe motorcycling.
“I have extensive experience interacting with a wide variety of people from all walks of life in many, sometimes very difficult circumstances,” Morrison said.
Morrison’s business background includes training, technology, management and real estate. He also said his volunteer work with PCSO has given him an “excellent knowledge of the area.”