Sheriff David O'Malley must go!
The people of Wyoming petition Governor Gordon to remove Albany County Sheriff David O’Malley from office. Under Wyoming Statute §18-3-902, the Governor can direct the Wyoming Attorney General to remove county officials guilty of misconduct or malfeasance. Sheriff O’Malley has violated his oath of office and blatantly disregards public safety.
During O’Malley’s leadership, the Albany County Sheriff’s Office has become the subject of multiple lawsuits stemming from misconduct, negligence, and civil rights violations. O’Malley has violated the rights of sexual assault victims, engaged in negligent hiring, supervision, and training, and perpetuated a culture within his office that endorses disrespect and disregard for the people of Albany County.
O’Malley is rumored to be currently living in Florida and is expected not to resign until January 1, 2021.
You can learn more about why O’Malley should be removed from office in our post – “Sheriff O’Malley is not a friend of mine.”