Sheriff's Office holds Constitutional training for law enforcement officers
On Friday October 11th, the Cleburne County Sheriff's Office hosted KrisAnne Hall, a Constitutional attorney, for a class on the Constitutional approach to enforcing laws and upholding the oath that officers take to protect the rights and liberties of citizens. The class was attended by approximately 35 law enforcement officers from the surrounding area and lasted for three hours.
On Thursday October 10th, KrisAnne and Sheriff Chris Brown spoke at the State Capitol on the Constitution, the 2nd Amendment, rebuilding relationships between communities and law enforcement, state sovereignty, and the role of legislators. KrisAnne and Sheriff Brown were also joined by representatives from Gun Owners of America, and several State Representatives and Senators.
-Cleburne County Sheriff's Office
KrisAnne Hall, Sheriff Chris Brown, and Ali Brown
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Jordan Stein with Gun Owners of America
Group photo in the Capitol