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Sue Collins, Vice-Secretary of the UIHJ, attended the NSA Annual Conference in Louisville, Kentucky, June 14th-19th 2019

The National Sheriffs Association (NSA), is an observer member of the UIHJ. The NSA, chartered in 1940, is dedicated to serving the office of sheriff and its affiliates through law enforcement education and training, and through the provision of general law enforcement informational resources. NSA represents thousands of sheriffs, deputies and other law enforcement and public safety professionals in the United States.
The executive board, numerous committees and educational groups held meetings during the conference to discuss the business of the association and the activities that had taken place during the previous year and ongoing projects the NSA provides for its members benefit.
The NSA’s Annual Conference and Exhibition is one of the largest of its kind and displays products and equipment relevant to every facet of police work, jails, prisoner transport, and courtroom security. This year’s conference was held in Louisville, Kentucky, June 14th-19th 2019. Over 60 seminars and workshops were held covering all aspects of the duties and responsibilities of sheriffs’ office, including, but not limited to law enforcement, jail operations, service of process, transportation of prisoners, cyber investigations and court & judicial security.
The 2020 Annual Conference will be held in Tampa, Florida June 22nd – 25th. Information can be found on the NSA’s website: