Sheriff Singleton Sworn In As President of ASA
Hempstead County Sheriff James Singleton was sworn in as President of the Arkansas Sheriff's Association on Friday August 7, 2020 at the Association's meeting in North Little Rock. Sheriff Singleton will serve a one year term as President of the Association, He has served on the Sheriff's Executive board for the past six years.
The oath of office was administered by Justice of the Peace Josh Curtis of Saline County, who also serves as the Arkansas Association of Counties governmental affairs director.
The Arkansas Sheriffs' Association (ASA) is comprised of 75 Sheriffs from across the state who proudly serve and protect the citizens of Arkansas.
The ASA holds a summer and winter convention every year to offer Sheriffs the opportunity to elect board members, discuss the status of the ASA, and to assist each other with different issues such as - new laws, equipment, procedures, crime prevention, and other relative topics. The Association also offers various training throughout the year to assist Sheriffs and their Deputies in protecting and serving the citizens of the great state of Arkansas.
The Association website features up-to-date information on activities and programs of the ASA and relevant issues concerning law enforcement.