Shandrell Latrice Roscoe, a twenty-four year old bailiff from Lauderdale Lakes, wants to be the next Broward Clerk Of Courts. Roscoe, a Democrat, is a former track athlete from Stranahan High School. She graduated in 2009.
On her Facebook page, Roscoe promises to bring, “Professionalism, Integrity, Innovative” to the Clerk’s office. Last month, REDBROWARD reported Howard Forman, the current Clerk of Courts, had slashed salaries, fired new hires and closed the foreclosure help desk in response to State budget cuts. His wife Brenda Forman, Elizabeth McHugh and Rubin Young previously filed campaign paperwork for the position.
In an interview with REDBROWARD, Roscoe said Broward voters should not be concerned with her age. “Age is just a number,” she said. “Better question is ‘What am I capable of doing?'” Roscoe said received her Masters Degree in Criminal Justice from Florida Atlantic University. She is currently employed with Broward Sheriff’s Office as a courtroom bailiff.
Roscoe said her first-hand observations of the Clerk’s office in action motivated her run for office. Roscoe said she’s a problem solver who wants to make a big change for the average person.