CHEEKTOWAGA – Town of Cheektowaga Assistant Chief of Police Jim Speyer has announced his candidacy for Cheektowaga Town Justice this November.
Mr. Speyer began his career in law enforcement in 1982 when he became an Erie County Corrections Officer. He was hired by the Cheektowaga Police Department in 1986.
“With my 35 years of experience in the Criminal Justice field, I believe that I have an understanding of what is needed in the courtroom and I promise to bring common sense decision-making to our court.
“The safety of the community and the best interest of the public will be a priority in my decision-making process. If elected, you have my pledge that I will work diligently and that I will make judgments with fairness and impartiality so that justice is served for all,” said Mr. Speyer.
A life-long resident of Cheektowaga, Mr. Speyer, and his wife, Donna Ciszewski-Speyer, have raised four boys and remain active in the community.
He is seeking the Cheektowaga Democratic Committee’s endorsement.
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