In December, the Missouri Sheriffs’ Association provided an intensive and detailed two-week training seminar for newly elected sheriffs officially taking office January 1, 2021.
Although the format may have been a little different in previous years, it’s clear that the MSA has long been focused on carrying out it’s mission to “Support the Office of Sheriff and the Constitution through legislative efforts, training and technical assistance, in its efforts to make communities a safer, more enjoyable place to live, to work, and to raise a family.”
An excerpt from ‘Days Gone By,’ appearing in the February 10, 2021 issue of the Daily Journal
40 Years – 1980
Deputy sheriffs Jerry Brenneke and Cheryl Duncan, and Samuel Noel of the St. Francois County Sheriff’s Department, successfully completed a three-week training program in Jefferson City for newly elected sheriffs and deputies, jointly conducted by the Missouri Sheriffs’ Association, the Missouri Highway Patrol and the Institute for Public Safety of the University of Missouri.