Clarksville, TN – The Tennessee Sheriff’s Association (TSA) has elected Montgomery County Sheriff John Fuson as President.
Sheriff Fuson was the only Sheriff nominated and received a unanimous vote from Sheriffs across the state. He will serve as TSA President for the 2019-2020 term.
“To be unanimously chosen by my peers to represent them and our Association, is an incredible honor,” said Sheriff Fuson. “Since becoming Sheriff, I have been more involved with the Association, which has made me a better Sheriff for Montgomery County.”
“I am proud to serve as Montgomery County Sheriff and grateful for the opportunity to represent the Sheriffs of our state,” Sheriff Fuson stated.
The TSA is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to help to maintain a high level of ethical conduct among all Tennessee Sheriff’s and their deputies.
They also advocate for better and more effective law enforcement services across the state; provide a forum for the exchange of knowledge and experience among all Sheriff’s; encourage and improve efficiency within the administration of sheriffs’ offices; and encourages all law enforcement officials to conduct themselves with the utmost professionalism as they enforce law, apprehend criminals, and assist in their prosecution.
For more information about the Tennessee Sheriff’s Association, visit their website at www.tnsheriffs.com