One voice for the Office of Sheriff
The National Sheriffs' Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to raising the level of professionalism among those in the law enforcement field. NSA is a key player in shaping national policy on critical criminal justice and homeland security issues important to the nation's sheriffs, deputies and police in the halls of Congress, US Courts and at the White House.
NSA is lead by an Executive Committee and Board of Directors comprised of members of NSA who are currently holding the elected position of Office of Sheriff. The Executive Committee has supervision, control, and direction of the affairs of the Association and shall be Trustees of the Corporation. The Board of Directors annually reviews the Association's progress and outlines the law enforcement policies that guide the Association's activities.
Sheriff Danny Glick has worked his entire 33+ year career with the Laramie County Sheriff’s Office, beginning his career as a patrol deputy in July of 1981. First elected in November of 2002, Sheriff Glick is currently serving in his 4th term as Sheriff.
Sheriff Glick has served as President of both the Wyoming Sheriffs’ Association and the Wyoming Sheriffs’ and Chiefs of Police Associations. Danny also serves as the Wyoming Representative and Vice President of the Western States Sheriffs’ Association where he was selected as the 2011 “Sheriff of the Year.”
Danny was elected to the National Sheriffs’ Association Board of Directors in 2008, and currently serves as President of the NSA for 2015-2016. Danny is a member of the NSA Management Subcommittee, Global Policing Affairs, Governmental Affairs, and Awards Committees.
He has been involved in the implementation of pilot programs within the Sheriff’s Office dealing with a statewide radio system, the 24/7 program, e-citations, a program in conjunction with the Governor’s Council on Impaired Driving to test arrestees for the presence of marijuana derivatives in their systems upon booking, and, most recently, a program known as “Kevin’s Law” or Project Lifesaver which monitors at-risk people prone to wandering.
Sheriff Glick is a yearly participant in the Cheyenne Frontier Days celebration, which is billed as the world’s largest outdoor rodeo. Danny is an active member of the Greater Kiwanis Club of Cheyenne which serves as ambassadors for the pancake breakfast feeding 10,000 members of the public over three mornings during the Cheyenne Frontier Days celebration.
Danny is an avid hunter and outdoorsman who enjoys wandering the remote areas of Wyoming with his brothers in pursuit of the multitude of game animals prevalent in Wyoming’s scenic outdoor settings.
Sheriff Glick and his wife, Pamla, live on a small ranch outside of Cheyenne and their children, Travis and Frank, live in the area. Travis and daughter-in-law Kenzie recently graced Danny and Pamla with granddaughter Iris, a baby sister for their grandson Dorian. Grandpa is already searching for a horse for his little cowgirl.