Sheriff Myers appointed to national drug enforcement committee

Bartholomew County Sheriff Matt Myers has been appointed to the National Sheriff’s Association Drug Enforcement Committee. This appointment comes after Myers’ appointment to the NSA Homeland Security Committee, earlier this year.

“Since 2015, our agency’s greatest focus and number one priority has been/is drug eradication – particularly targeting people who provide illegal narcotics to Bartholomew County residents”, said Sheriff Myers.

“I am honored to serve on two National Committees,” said Myers. “My goal remains to focus on keeping drugs out of Bartholomew County and and to continue working with other law enforcement agencies. Both of these appointments give me a better opportunity to do so.”

Daviess County, KY Sheriff Keith Cain, chairman of the NSA Drug Enforcement Committee, said: “Sheriff Meyer’s knowledge and experience will provide our Committee invaluable input as we continue to combat the challenges of substance abuse in our respective Counties.” “I’m pleased he has accepted our invitation to serve in this capacity.