One voice for the Office of Sheriff
As an NSA member, you receive a subscription to Sheriff magazine.
Sheriff magazine, published bimonthly, is for and about the nation's law enforcement and criminal justice professionals. Authoritative articles focusing on best practices, procedures, and research in law enforcement, corrections, and court security are presented to enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of the criminal justice system. Each issue highlights successful law enforcement programs, NSA activities, professional news, legislative updates, and a calendar of industry events. The magazine reaches sheriffs, deputy sheriffs, police chiefs and police officers, and corrections officials on the federal, state, and local levels.
Circulation - Established in 1948. Single copy $5.00; per year $30.00. Subscription included in annual dues of members. Rates based on circulation of 20,000.
The 2014 Sheriffs' Directory is now available, order your copy today!
The 2014 edition reflects the results of recent elections and will be updated with current information on all the newly-elected sheriffs, state sheriff association information, and an alphabetical listing of all U.S. sheriffs.
It is an indispensable reference tool!
Book: NSA Member Rate – $65
Non-Member Rate — $80
Digital: $500 for both member and non-members
Each year, thousands of Sheriffs, chief deputies, and other law enforcement decision-makers gather for NSA's Annual Conference & Exhibition. During this five-day event, attendees have the Conference Program in their hands. The Program contains a complete schedule of events, exhibit hall floor plan, and exhibitor descriptions and booth numbers.
Don't miss this golden opportunity to "saturate the market" with your ad! Most attendees keep the Program to use as a reference tool after they return home!
Your advertisement helps support America's dedicated Sheriffs and deputies.
NSA also produces an e-newsletter, the NSA Sheriff's Bulletin, each month. This provides our membership with up-to-date news on issues that concern Sheriffs and their offices as well as other law enforcement.
To become a member and start receiving our e-newsletter, click here.