One voice for the Office of Sheriff

Deputy 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.

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Message from the President

Sheriff Danny Glick

Our Baltimore summer conference celebrating the 75th year of the National Sheriffs’ Association is “in the books” and what a conference it was with many firsts; our Executive Director, Jonathan Thompson’s first summer conference, the POTUS forum, and me…the first Wyoming Sheriff to serve as President of the National Sheriffs’ Association. I am truly humbled by this honor and pledge to you my undying dedication and loyalty to the Office of Sheriff and the National Sheriffs’ Association.
What an honor it was to share in this 75th year celebration with immediate past president, Sheriff John Aubrey. His leadership during this past year has been greatly appreciated, and set a new course for the National Sheriffs’
Association as we move into the future. I would be remiss if I didn’t recognize the NSA Staff for their hard work and tireless attention to detail leading up to, and throughout the conference….well done by all!!
Over the last several years we have worked to identify the mission of, and set new goals for, the National Sheriffs’ Association. We’ve also worked on a short and long term strategic plan for ourselves and the Association. As with those that have preceded me as President, I will work tirelessly to accomplish those goals and objectives. I would invite you to the NSA website for constant updates, and view what we’ve been working on to benefit you and the nation’s Sheriffs.
I hope we meet in person at the Winter Conference, this January in Washington D.C. I look forward to seeing you there, and hearing from you in the meantime – Don’t forget to start planning for next summers’ conference in Minneapolis where our 3rd Vice President, Sheriff Rich Stanek will be our host. Until we meet again… 
God Bless and be safe,