Calhoun County AL Sheriff named president of the National Sheriff’s Association www.privateofficer.com
CALHOUN COUNTY, AL June 15 2012 - Calhoun County Sheriff Larry Amerson now has a new second job. He’s being sworn in next week, as president of the National Sheriff’s Association.
Amerson says his priorities include training for jail deputies and courthouse staff, and law enforcement uses for broadband Internet space.
Amerson says he hopes his tenure means good things for Alabama.
“We get the opportunity to bring things back to the state, in training resources, financial resources and others, so we’re looking forward to being able to do some good things for Alabama,” Amerson said.
Sheriff Amerson will be sworn in at the annual conference, this year in Nashville. The only other Alabama sheriff to hold this position was Ted Sexton of Tuscaloosa County back in 2005.