On Tuesday, June 30, 2015, Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd was unanimously elected the next Vice President of the Major County Sheriffs’ Association. Sheriff Judd will assume his role as MCSA VP in January 2016 when the 2015 MCSA VP, Orange County California Sheriff-Coroner, Sandra Hutches, ascends to the position of President.
“It is an immense honor to have the trust and support of the nation’s most prominent sheriffs. The men and women of the MCSA are professional law enforcement leaders who have dedicated themselves to using cutting edge technology and innovative practices to build safer and more secure communities across the United States. I will work hard with each member to ensure America’s communities receive the highest level of law enforcement service possible.” – Sheriff Grady Judd
The MCSA is a professional law enforcement association of elected sheriffs representing counties or parishes with a population of 500,000 or more. The MCSA is dedicated to preserving the highest integrity in law enforcement and the elected Office of the Sheriff. The MCSA membership represents over 100 million Americans.
The organization was established in 1998 for Sheriffs who serve a population of 500,000, or more, with a sworn or licensed workforce of 500 or more.
The MCSA works to promote a greater understanding of law enforcement strategies, and is committed to innovative education along with prevention and enforcement strategies and programs. MCSA members are committed to advancing legislative issues at a national level which will enhance the safety of the communities they serve.
The MCSA is available to provide technical assistance in conjunction with the National Sheriffs' Association, the Major Cities Chiefs, the Federal Bureau of Investigation Training Division, the National Executive Institute and other private or public research entities.
For more information about MCSA, please visit http://www.mcsheriffs.com/index.php.