Welsh tabbed for role with National Sheriffs Association

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Chester County Sheriff Carolyn Bunny Welsh

WEST CHESTER — Chester County Sheriff, Carolyn Bunny Welsh, has been elected to the position of Sergeant in Arms of the National Sheriffs’ Association (NSA). She was sworn into the position at the National Sheriffs’ Association Conference in Baltimore, Maryland. This is the first time a woman has been elected to the executive level of the NSA in the 75 year history of the association.

Welsh, a Pennsbury resident, has served as Sheriff of Chester County since January 2000. She has served on the NSA Board of Directors for four years, and she also serves on the Ethics Training and Accreditation Committee and the Legislative Committee.

Welsh is past-president of the Pennsylvania Sheriffs’ Association and has been named to the Hall of Fame of the International Police Association.

“Sheriff Welsh brings experience, good judgment and great talent to the NSA board,” said NSA President Sheriff Danny Glick, from Laramie County, Wyoming. “We are pleased to work with her on issues affecting sheriffs throughout the nation. She has shown an enthusiasm and a willingness to work with all levels of government for the betterment of the citizens of Chester County, Pennsylvania and other counties throughout the country.”

“I am honored to become part of the NSA executive committee as Sergeant at Arms,” Welsh said. “This is a prestigious board with many talented sheriffs from all over the United States.

“They are an outstanding group of dedicated public servants who work for their constituents in each and every county all over the nation. 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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