Due to a last-minute change, Melinda Pillsbury-Foster fills in for Richard Mack in describing the Constitutional Sheriff’s Conference scheduled for September.
In 1993 Richard Mack was the first American sheriff to oppose the Brady Bill on the basis of statutes contained in the U.S. Constitution. In 2007 he published his book, “The County Sheriff, America’s Last Hope,” that emphasized the need for law enforcement officers to upload their Constitutional oath by protecting the rights of their local constituents.
Capitalizing on the success of the first Constitutional Sheriffs’ Conference held earlier this year, Sheriff Mack and his team have scheduled a follow-up event on Sep. 16-18, 2012, to be held at the South Point Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada. The purpose of the upcoming conference is to provide sheriffs, peace officers, and public officials with the necessary information and support to carry out their duties in accordance with their Oaths of Office. In addition to Sheriff Mack, event speakers include Michael Badnarik, Stewart Rhodes, Tom Woods, and Larry Pratt. To register for the conference, log onto the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association website.