(August 1, 2014) The Florida Sheriffs Association (FSA), one of the largest and most successful state law-enforcement associations in the nation, is pleased to announce its leadership for the coming year. St. Johns County Sheriff David Shoar has been elected as President of FSA. Sheriff Shoar will be responsible for presiding over the association, working with the staff and board of directors to guide the efforts and direction of the 120-year old non-profit organization and its 67 Sheriffs. Sheriff Sadie Darnell (Alachua County) serves as vice president, Sheriff Jerry Demings (Orange County) as secretary and Sheriff Brad Steube (Manatee County) as treasurer. Sheriff Bob Gualtieri will serve as Chair of the Florida Sheriffs Taskforce, which pools resources from the 67 Sheriffs Offices to address specific areas of concern, such as cyber sexual predators, outstanding felony warrants and underage alcohol, tobacco and drug use. Sheriff Bob Gualtieri (Pinellas) will serve as legislative chair and lead the associations public safety and legislative issues.
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