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Posted By: Sheriff Keith Cain & Jonathan Thompson
In a presidential campaign season marked by unprecedented uncertainty and an intensifying partisan divide, there has been one issue both Democratic...
Posted By: Sheriff Danny L. Glick, 2015–16 NSA President
NSA is committed to helping sheriffs navigate changing technology As I outlined my remarks for this message, I had to start by remembering all those...
Posted By: Kenneth M. Glantz, CPP, CHPP
5 steps to getting in shape As responders, we need to be ready for all combat at all times. We must maintain an excellent level of fitness to ensure...

Announcements

UNIT Solutions, in conjunction with the National Sheriffs’ Association, has announced that it will deliver its Career Survival training course in Louisville, KY, on...

It is the first bank in the country to offer free checking and savings accounts without any fees, as well as a line of credit, access to over 55,000 surcharge free ATMs, and...

First Responder Network Authority Weekly Update to the Public Safety Advisory Committee (PSAC) – March 21, 2016 - ...

On February 16, 2016, the Federal Emergency Management Agency Grant Programs Directorate released Information Bulletin 407: Use of Grant Funds for Controlled Equipment, which...

Since 2001, at least 30 states have raised their felony theft thresholds, or the value of stolen money or goods above which prosecutors may charge theft offenses as felonies,...

NSA and pharmaceutical manufacturer Purdue Pharma LP have launched a pilot program to support training of front-line officers on the use of naloxone. This “rescue drug...

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The National Sheriffs' Association is dedicated to raising the level of professionalism among sheriffs, their deputies, and others in the field of criminal justice public safety and law enforcement so that they may perform their jobs in the best possible manner and better serve the people of their cities, counties or jurisdictions. Learn More learn more arrow