Logan County Sheriff Andrew J. Smith was honored this week by the Middle Atlantic-Great Lakes Organized Crime Law Enforcement Network, known by the acronym MAGLOCLEN, for his outstanding leadership while serving on the organization’s policy board and for his support of law enforcement in Ohio and throughou the nation.
Logan County Sheriff Andrew J. Smith, left, receives a plaque this week from MAGLOCLEN Law Enforcement Coordinator Alan Hayes. (PHOTO | LOGAN COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE)
MAGLOCLEN Law Enforcement Coordinator Alan Hayes visited the Logan County Sheriff’s Office to present a plaque to Sheriff Smith, who is retiring from his position on the organization’s policy board after serving in that capacity for four years.
“I’ve met many wonderful people through this organization and have been so thankful for this opportunity,” the sheriff said Friday. “It’s taken me to Philadelphia on different occasions and to Washington, D.C., each year to meet with federal legislators, and each trip has been a very worthwhile experience.”
MAGLOCLEN is one of six Regional Information Sharing Systems in the U.S., and it serves Delaware, Indiana, Maryland, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and the District of Columbia, as well as Australia, Canada, and England. Several board members represent each state, according to www.riss.net/Centers/MAGLOCLEN.
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