County officials will recognize San Joaquin County Sheriff Steve Moore, who was elected California State Sheriffs' Association’s newest Sergeant-at-Arms, during today’s Board of Supervisors meeting with a certificate acknowledging his position.
California Gov. Jerry Brown swore in Moore and three other sheriffs from counties within California to their new positions during a banquet in June. With this position, Moore ultimately will move through the ranks and serve as the CSSA president in 2018, according to Deputy Les Garcia, spokesman for the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office.
Moore was elected by fellow CSSA members and will now be required to maintain order at all board of director meetings for the CSSA and perform other duties the president assigns.
Moore will also perform the treasurer’s duties if the treasurer is absent.
The CSSA is a nonprofit organization created in 1894 to give California’s sheriffs a single political voice and a means to communicate and share information with each other.
Today’s Board of Supervisors meeting will begin at 9 a.m. in the board chambers at the San Joaquin County Administration Building, 44 N. San Joaquin St., Stockton.
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