Sheriff Faile Re-Elected to Sheriff's Association Board of Directors
Sheriff Barry Faile is proud to announce his re-election to the South Carolina Sheriff’s Association Board of Directors. Sheriff Faile was elected to serve a second term as the District II representative.
The South Carolina Sheriff’s Association is an organization comprised of the 46 Sheriff’s from each of the counties in South Carolina. The South Carolina Sheriff’s Association tackles a number of important issues. The Sheriff’s Association provides training and serves a myriad of committees, councils, and task forces covering a range of topics from at risk youth to vulnerable adult protective services to professionalizing crime victim's services. The Sheriff’s Association acts as an important resource to the forty-six sheriff's offices throughout the state. The Sheriff’s Association is a primary source for assistance on virtually any subject or problem a Sheriff’s Offices may face. As a result of the services provided by the Sheriff’s Association the citizens of the each county receive a better, more efficient, and more professional law enforcement service.
Sheriff Faile said, “I am honored that the sheriffs from Aiken, Calhoun, Edgefield, Fairfield, Lexington, Newberry, Richland, Saluda, and Sumter counties have the confidence in me to represent District II on the Board. It’s truly an honor and a privilege to continue serving in a leadership role for such a distinguished organization.”