The West Virginia Sheriffs Association is a non-profit organization made up of the sheriffs in all 55 counties in West Virginia.
The WVSA is dedicated to the professionalism of the Office of Sheriff in our State We have thousands of Honorary Members across WV. Active involvement by our Sheriffs, retired Sheriffs and Honorary Member keep the organization alive.
WVSA also hosts the annual Youth Leadership Academy. The Academy helps to deter risk-taking behavior patterns by introducing young people to recreation alternatives and educating them about government, law enforcement, the criminal justice system and leadership skills.
The WVSA is active in the legislative process at the State and National level by advocating for laws that will make our Nation and State better not only for our Sheriffs and Deputies, but our citizens of our great State.
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Putnam Co. Sheriff Installs Drug Drop Box To Fight Abuse
10/16/2013 Former Sheriff still serving, helps build community center.
Did you know?
The West Virginia Sheriffs' Association was first registered with the West Virginia Secretary of State as a recognized Association on November 17, 1948, making it one of the oldest professional law enforcement organizations in the State. This year marks the 65th anniversary of service of the WVSA.
The proposed Legislative Agenda of the WVSA is being developed at this time. Our Legislative Committee will be reporting to the Board of Directors for approval of the Agenda.
Once finalized, legislative efforts will be posted on this website.
Serving and protecting the citizens of our State for over 150 years!