Black + Woman + Officer. Lt. Sidra Sherrod-Strong discusses husband’s run for LASD Sheriff

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Lt. Sidra Sherrod-Strong, a 27-year deputy in the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department was just staring to think about retirement when her husband, Lt. Eric Strong, who has been in law enforcement for 30 years, told her he wanted to run for L.A. County Sheriff.

As Lt. Strong deals with issues of police reform, better policing in Black and Brown communities, Lt. Sherrod-Strong talks about her experiences is LASD, and her husband’s candidacy.

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