Former chief deputy announces bid for Penobscot County sheriff

Posted Jan. 31, 2014, at 6:41 a.m.
Last modified Feb. 05, 2014, at 8:51 a.m.

Allen Stehle will bring his 30-Year Career In Law Enforcement, Criminal Justice Training, And Business Management To Penobscot County

BANGOR, Maine — After a long history of training some of the region’s premiere law enforcement professionals, Allen Stehle announced today that he will be a candidate to lead them as Sheriff of Penobscot County.

“As Sheriff, I will work hard to ensure quality responsive and proactive law enforcement services while maintaining fiscal integrity in these uncertain economic times,” said Stehle. “I am a proven manager in both the private and public sector and live my life like I run my business – with sound ethics and integrity.”

Alan’s professional background includes:

  • Graduate of the Maine Criminal Justice Academy
  • Certified as an International Fraud Examiner
  • Holds a masters in Economic Crime Management from Utica College
  • Served with the Department of U.S. Fish and Wildlife
  • Game Warden with the Maine Warden Service
  • Financial Crimes Investigator with the Lincoln, Maine Police Department
  • Chief Deputy of the Penobscot County Sheriff’s Office.
  • President of Beal College; Directing & Managing Law Enforcement Curriculum

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