Sheriff Welsh appointed to national board

Chester County Sheriff, Carolyn Bunny Welsh has been appointed to the National Sheriffs Association Board of Directors. She was sworn into the board at the National Mid Winter Conference by Sheriff BJ Roberts, President of the Association.

Sheriff Welsh has served as Sheriff of Chester County since January 2000. She recently served as President of the Pennsylvania Sheriffs Association for the 2009-2010 term. She has served on the Ethics and training committee for the National Sheriffs Association as well as the accreditation committee.

In administering the oath, Sheriff Roberts, of Hampton City, Virginia said:”Sheriff Welsh is an outstanding representative for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and for the National Sheriffs. She brings experience, good judgment, and great talent to the board. We are very pleased to be able to work with her on issues affecting sheriffs throughout the nation.”

Past President of the NSA, Sheriff Craig Webre of LaFouche Parish, Louisiana stated:” Sheriff Welsh is truly an inspiring professional in the field of law enforcement. She has shown an enthusiasm and a willingness to work with all levels of government for the betterment of the Citizens of Chester County.”

Sheriff Welsh said” I am honored to be appointed as a member of this prestigious board. I enjoy working with my fellow sheriffs from all over the United States. They are a wonderful group of dedicated public servants who work for their constituents in each and every county. I am proud to be working with them, and have the opportunity to be part of an exceptional group of sheriffs with great abilities and resources.”



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