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POSTED: June 3, 2014 10:00 p.m.

Liberty County Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Jon Long was one of 160 law enforcement officers at the Georgia Sheriffs’ Association 2014 Command Staff Training Conference last month in Hall County.
The conference included workshops that emphasized highway safety and leadership.
“This is a tremendous opportunity for the leadership within sheriffs’ offices to attain specialized training on highway safety, leadership development and current trends in Georgia, as well as fostering partnerships statewide,” association training director Tonia Welch said.
“The Governor’s Office of Highway Safety is proud of our long-standing partnership with the Georgia Sheriffs’ Association and the sheriffs of our state,” office director Harris Blackwood said. “The command-staff training is another example of the professionalism of the sheriffs and law-enforcement leaders who lead their respective forces.”
The Georgia Sheriffs’ Association represents Georgia’s 159 elected sheriffs. It relies on more than 70,000 honorary members throughout the state. GSA also sponsors the Georgia Sheriffs’ Youth Homes.


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