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NEWS RELEASE: Sheriff Hall Sworn-in as National Sheriffs' Association Officer



Davidson County sheriff is sworn-in as Sgt.-at-Arms for organization that represents the nation’s county law enforcement.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                          CONTACT:  Karla West


Nashville, TENN. – At last week’s National Sheriff’s Association’s (NSA) annual conference in Ft. Worth, Texas, Davidson County Sheriff Daron Hall was sworn-in as that group’s Sgt.-at-Arms.  Hall’s role in the organization will continue as an officer until he is sworn-in as president; he will be the only sheriff in Tennessee to ever serve as the president of NSA.

For years, Hall has served on NSA’s board of directors and executive committee.  Additionally, he has actively represented Davidson County on several committees including Jail, Detention and Corrections, Awards, and Immigration and Border Security Committee.  Elected by his peers during last week’s conference, Hall is proud to represent Nashville on a national level and looks forward to representing all sheriffs as a NSA officer.

“It has been a great pleasure serving on NSA over the years and I am excited about the opportunity to continue this service as an officer,” Hall said.  “As I progress towards taking the office of president, I look forward to representing Davidson County, Tennessee and all the nation’s sheriffs in issues that impact our local law enforcement and, ultimately, taxpaying citizens.”

Chartered in 1940, the National Sheriffs' Association is a professional association dedicated to serving the Office of Sheriff and its affiliates through police education, police training, and general law enforcement information resources. NSA represents thousands of sheriffs, deputies and other law enforcement, public safety professionals, and concerned citizens nationwide.  For more information about the NSA go to