Sheriff one of 26 invited to national class.

September 24, 2014

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAMason County Sheriff Kim Cole was one of 26 sheriffs who was invited to attend the National Sheriffs’ Institute’s 106th class for new sheriffs. The class was held last week in Colorado. The class was paid for by federal training funds, which included tuition, materials, travel and lodging.

Cole said the class focused on leadership, leadership styles, the office of sheriff and media relations. It was open to first term sheriffs.

In the photo is Carolyn B. Welsh , NSA board member and sheriff of Chester County, Penn. and Mike Jackson from the National Institute of Corrections, which hosted the training in Denver, along with Sheriff Cole.

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