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Kelley named Deputy Sheriff of the Year

The Florida Sheriffs Association announced that Clay County Sheriff’s Deputy, Con Kelley, has been selected as the “2011 Deputy Sheriff of the Year.” Kelley is being recognized at the FSA Summer Conference in Daytona Beach for his dedication to law enforcement and his oath to serve and protect the public.

“We congratulate Deputy Kelley and all the other outstanding officers who were nominated,” said Steve Casey, Executive Director of the Florida Sheriffs Association. “We give thanks to all of the Florida Law Enforcement officers who protect our great state every day. The Florida Sheriffs’ Offices embody excellence as we make a difference in each of the 67 counties we serve, and we are honored that the exemplary efforts of Clay County Deputy Sheriff Con Kelley were recognized today.”

His extraordinary law enforcement skills are reflected in his peers in the department nominating him for recognition twice in the two years he has been there.

For more information on the Florida Sheriffs Association, visit www.flsheriffs.org.


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