City Cops Clark County Constable Joe Lombardo and District Court Judge William Kephart posture for a picture Friday Jan. 4
Friday, Jan. 4, 2019|3:39 p.m.
. In an event today at Metro Authorities head office, Clark County Constable Joe Lombardo took the oath of workplace, kicking off his 2nd term as the department’s leader.
In a video of a section of his speech posted on City’s Facebook page, Lombardo promoted the agency’s hiring of more than 900 officers and 280 correction’s officers under his watch.
” Those polices make a difference, and the outcome of that is a decrease in criminal offense, which is my task,” Lombardo stated. He noted that in the last 2 years, violent criminal offense has dipped about 10 percent, while residential or commercial property criminal offense is down 7 percent.
With 73 percent of the vote, Lombardo conveniently won re-election to his 2nd term throughout the primary election in June 2018. He was sworn in by Clark County District Judge William Kephart.
Lombardo initially took workplace in 2015, succeeding former Constable Doug Gillespie.