Perdue elected to state sheriff board of directors

Published 9:50 am Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Clark County Sheriff Berl Perdue Jr. was recently elected as a board member during the 88th annual conference in Bowling Green.

The conference was Sept. 10-15 and offered training to more than 100 sheriffs and 150 deputies.

Perdue was elected to be a board member for 2018.

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“Sheriff Perdue is most deserving and has always represented Kentucky sheriffs in a positive manner,” Kentucky Sheriffs Association Executive Director Jerry Wagner said in a statement. “I feel sure he will continue to stand for Kentucky sheriffs, along with the citizens of Clark 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’s citizens.”

Perdue was elected sheriff in 2007 and is also president of the Kentucky Fraternal Order of Police.