Mason County Sheriff Casey Salisbury was recently honored by the Washington State Sheriff’s Association (WSSA). Last week, Sheriffs and Police Chiefs from around the State gathered in Spokane for the Washington State Association of Sheriff’s and Police Chief’s 2014 Spring Exposition and Training Conference. During that conference, a meeting of WSSA was held and Sheriff Salisbury was honored for serving as the Association’s President. All of the Sheriffs in attendance thanked Sheriff Salisbury for his leadership and professionalism. During Sheriff Salisbury’s time as President, he represented all of the Sheriffs in the State at the National Association of Sheriffs and focused on public safety and security. Sheriff Salisbury’s example of creating partnerships with other law enforcement agencies, businesses and individual citizens set a new standard, so much so that his ideas and plans are continually sought after by other Sheriffs. Pictured is Kittitas County Sheriff Gene Dana presenting Sheriff Salisbury his award.