SIAC’s Service to the National Sheriffs Association


Recently, Stan Martin was reappointed by the National Sheriffs Association (NSA) to serve on their Crime Prevention/Private Security Committee. We are proud to receive that appointment and honored that NSA continues to seek our voice to contribute on these issues. Stan’s selection speaks loudly about the important work he does by providing perspective from the electronic security industry to NSA on the issues considered by the committee.

NSA President, Sheriff Danny Glick, sent a letter to Stan, letting him know about the appointment. The appointments are made each year under the President’s discretion. Glick set up a new committee reformation that he outlined, “which will allow us to operate our committees more effectively while at the same time reducing NSA’s costs and utilizing staff resources more efficiently.”
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SIAC’s relationship with NSA, along with other law enforcement associations, allows us to bring the voice of the electronic security industry to the table. We add that voice as directives and policies are discussed – another important way we serve our industry. We cannot continue this type of work without your contributions. As a non-profit organization, SIAC relies on your donations. Please click here to consider helping us maintain this valuable work: http://www.siacinc.org/donate.aspx.

Next year, we will be at the NSA Winter Conference in February to share our perspective from the electronic security industry, and listen to what’s new from the NSA. We believe that benefits both groups in our collective goal to ensure better protection of neighborhoods.

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Dave's column has run in multiple small town newspapers across the U.S., in Nebraska, Illinois, Pennsylvania and Texas,where Dave has been able to entice personal friends and editors to run his social commentary. His column has also been picked up by www.coastalmonroe.com. It has appeared in newspapers since 1998, and began in response to one of the school shootings so depressingly familiar in America. His commentary has morphed into a weekly offering of humor, insights and advice on how to find sanity in an insane world.
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