Laurel County, Kentucky Sheriff John Root Elected to Serve 7th Consecutive Term on the KSA Board of Directors

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BOWLING GREEN, KY - This week, Laurel County Sheriff John Root and members of the command staff including Major Chuck Johnson, and Capt. Robbie Grimes attended the  annual Kentucky Sheriff's Conference in Bowling Green, Kentucky.

KSA logo 200During the conference, Sheriff Root was once again elected to serve on the Kentucky Sheriff's Association board of directors. This will be Sheriff Root's 7th consecutive year sitting on the board. The selection is made by Kentucky Sheriffs from all over Kentucky.

Sheriff Root stated " It is an honor to serve on the board and to be involved in crucial decision-making that will not only affect the Laurel County Sheriff's office but will also affect Sheriff's office's statewide."

The Kentucky Sheriff's Association board of directors works on procedures and policies statewide.

Sheriff Root first began sitting on the board in 2015 and his new term begins immediately for 2021.

PHOTO: Laurel County Sheriff John Root is 3rd from the left.


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