NEWS, FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Lt. Mark Stichter, 714.904.7042, MKStichter@ocsd.org; Carrie Braun, 714.552.5795, CBraun@ocsd.org
Major County Sheriffs’ Association Installs New Executive Officers
Date: February 11, 2016.
On Wednesday, February 10, 2016, the Major County Sheriffs’ Association (MCSA) installed a new group of executive officers who will serve in 2016-2017. The installation of new MCSA Executive Officers occurred at the MCSA Winter Meeting held in Washington DC.
The Sheriffs are:
- President: Sheriff-Coroner Sandra Hutchens, Orange County, California, 550 N. Flower Street, Santa Ana, CA 92703, (714) 647-7080
- Vice President: Sheriff Grady Judd, Polk County, Florida, 1891 Jim Keene Blvd, Winter Haven, FL 33880, (863) 298-6647
- Vice President – Government Affairs: Sheriff Michael J. Bouchard, Oakland County, Michigan, 1200 North Telegraph Road, 38E, Pontiac, MI 48341-1044, (248) 858-5001
- Vice President – Homeland Security: Sheriff Rich Stanek, Hennepin County, Minnesota, 350 S 5th St, Room 6, Minneapolis, MN 55415-1316, (612) 348-2347
- Secretary: Sheriff David J. Mahoney, Dane County, Wisconsin, 115 W. Doty Street, Madison, WI 53703, (608) 284-6170
- Treasurer: Sheriff John Aubrey, Jefferson County, Kentucky, 531 Court Place Ste 604, Louisville, Kentucky 40202, (502) 574-5400
- Immediate Past President: Sheriff-Coroner Donny Youngblood, Kern County, California, 1350 Norris Rd, Bakersfield CA 93308, (661) 391-7771
“It is an honor to haven been chosen to lead the Major County Sheriffs’ Association. The men and women of the MCSA are professional law enforcement leaders who are committed to keeping America’s communities safe and creating the best possible quality of life for our citizens. We will work hard to promote successful law enforcement strategies to address current and future issues and challenges facing the members of our organization.” Sheriff-Coroner Sandra Hutchens, Orange County, California
Established in 1998, the MCSA is a professional law enforcement association of elected sheriffs representing counties or parishes with a population of 500,000 or more with a sworn or licensed workforce of 500 or more. The MCSA is dedicated to preserving the highest integrity in law enforcement and the elected Office of the Sheriff. The MCSA membership represents over 100 million Americans.
The MCSA works to promote a greater understanding of law enforcement strategies, and is committed to innovative education along with prevention and enforcement strategies and programs. MCSA members are committed to advancing legislative issues at a national level which will enhance the safety of the communities they serve. For more information about MCSA, please visit http://www.mcsheriffs.com/index.php.