Sheriff Root elected to serve once again on the KSA Board of Directors

Last week, Sheriff John Root and members of the command staff attended the 87th annual Kentucky Sheriff's Conference in Owensboro, Kentucky.

During that time, Sheriff Root was once again elected to serve on the Kentucky Sheriff's Association board of directors. This will be Sheriff Root's third consecutive year sitting on the board.

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."

Sheriff Root first began sitting on the board in 2015 and his new term will begin January 2017.

Pictured is the National Sheriffs Association's president-Sheriff Greg Champagne, St. Charles Parish, Louisiana--- administering the oath to board members.

Also pictured is the outgoing 2016 Kentucky Sheriff's Association president, Wood County Sheriff Wayne Wright.

Inset is Laurel County John Sheriff Root, he is also pictured second from the right in the line facing the podium.


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