Participating agency heads following the credentialing ceremony Thursday, Jan. 11, at the Alabama state capitol. Included in the group are ADECA Director Kenneth Boswell, fourth from left, and ALEA’s Secretary of Law Enforcement Hal Taylor, fifth from left.
Participating agency heads following the credentialing ceremony Thursday, Jan. 11, at the Alabama state capitol. Included in the group are ADECA Director Kenneth Boswell, fourth from left, and ALEA’s Secretary of Law Enforcement Hal Taylor, fifth from left. Chambers County Sheriff's Office Special to the Ledger-Enquirer
Participating agency heads following the credentialing ceremony Thursday, Jan. 11, at the Alabama state capitol. Included in the group are ADECA Director Kenneth Boswell, fourth from left, and ALEA’s Secretary of Law Enforcement Hal Taylor, fifth from left. Chambers County Sheriff's Office Special to the Ledger-Enquirer

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