Atlanta, Georgia – April 12, 2017 Today, Atlanta City Council District 4 candidate Jason Dozier earned the endorsement from the International Brotherhood of Police Officers, a division of the National Association of Government Employees.
“Mr. Dozier is an established resident of Mechanicsville and has played an active role in the community. Mr. Dozier has demonstrated commitment to community and country and encompasses the dignity and dedication needed to serve the City well as a Council Member.
The I.B.P.O. is absolutely proud to endorse Jason Dozier and we look forward to working with him on City Council.”
Jason Dozier, an Atlanta native, military veteran, and local activist, proudly accepted this endorsement as a strong supporter of public safety, law enforcement, and improved police-community relations.
“I am truly thankful and truly humbled by the support from I.B.P.O. Local 623. I look forward to working with our officers to develop the community-based strategies necessary to make our neighborhoods safer. Public safety is a top priority for our campaign, and it will continue to be my priority as our next City Councilmember.”
Jason served as a reconnaissance officer in the United States Army for six years, where he earned the Bronze Star Medal and the Army Commendation Medal resulting from his service in both Iraq and Afghanistan. Jason is a proud combat veteran who remains active in several veterans groups, including the Veterans of Foreign Wars. Jason also works as a director at Hire Heroes USA, a non-profit empowering veterans and military spouses to find employment after transitioning from their time in service.