Hammond named director for sheriff's association

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By The Staff

Owen County Sheriff Zemer Hammond has been selected as a director to the Kentucky Sheriffs’ Association’s board of directors.
At its annual conference in Bowling Green in September, the announcement was made, according to Jim Wagner, executive director of the Kentucky Sheriffs’ Association.
 “Owen County Sheriff Zemer Hammond was elected to serve as a KSA board of director in 2014,” Wagner said. “It is both an honor and a privilege to work with the Kentucky Sheriffs’ Association. Sheriff Hammond is most deserving and has always represented Kentucky sheriffs in a positive manner. I feel sure he will continue to stand for Kentucky sheriffs, along with the citizens of Owen County and the Commonwealth during his tenure. The KSA strives to better the office of sheriff by keeping sheriffs abreast of what is going on in the law enforcement community with ongoing training and legislation, which helps in serving Kentucky citizens,” Wagner said.
“We would like to congratulate Sheriff Hammond on being elected as a Director for the Kentucky Sheriffs’ Association in 2014. We look forward to a great year and hope everyone will lend their hand in support of and congratulations to Sheriff Hammond.”