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(LSA) Louisiana Sheriffs' Association
In 1938, a group of Louisiana sheriffs realized that they would need to formally organize themselves into a cohesive group to specifically address issues related to the office of sheriff and the changing times. They formed the Louisiana Sheriffs' Association to become a fervent voice for Louisiana's chief law enforcement officers, representing large and small, urban and rural offices across the state.

Louisiana Sheriffs are unique among their nationwide counterparts in three distinct ways: each is the chief law enforcement officer; the chief executive officer of the court; and the official tax collector for the parish in which he has been elected.


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