Growdon elected California State Sheriffs’ Association president
Lassen County Sheriff Dean Growdon was elected this month as the California State Sheriffs’ Association president.
On Wednesday, June 9, the California State Sheriffs’ Association (CSSA) held its 127th Annual Conference Installation Banquet in Butte County. CSSA was honored to have California Attorney General Rob Bonta and Senator Brian Dahle swear in CSSA’s new slate of officers for 2021-2022.
CSSA is pleased to announce that the following Sheriffs will lead the organization in 2021- 2022:
- President: Sheriff Dean Growdon, Lassen County Sheriff
- 1st Vice President: Kory Honea, Butte County Sheriff
- 2nd Vice President: Mike Boudreaux, Tulare County Sheriff
- Secretary: Devon Bell, Placer County Sheriff
- Treasurer: Sergeant–at–Arms: Bill Ayub, Ventura County
“I am extremely pleased to have been elected by my fellow Sheriffs to serve as CSSA’s President this year,” said Sheriff Growdon. “It is an honor to have their trust and support. Moreover, it is a privilege to serve our Association as well as our great State. Going forward, there will be many public safety matters to address this year, and I am humbled and grateful to know that the new CSSA Officers, the Board of Directors, and the other elected Sheriffs of California will be working along with me. Together, we will have a great year.”
The California State Sheriffs’ Association is a nonprofit professional organization comprised of the 58 elected sheriffs. The mission of CSSA is to support the role of sheriff as the chief law enforcement officer in each California County and to speak as a collective voice on matters of public safety.