‘The city deserves better’: Tony Cummings plans public accountability office if he’s elected Jacksonville sheriff

The special election for Jacksonville Sheriff is less than a month away.

News4JAX has been sitting down with candidates one-on-one, asking how they would approach issues like violent crime and accountability within the Sheriff’s Office.

Tony Cummings, one of four Democrats in the field, said he wants to be sheriff “because the city of Jacksonville has been hemorrhaging from violent crime.”

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