Dickson County Sheriff Jeff Bledsoe has been asked to serve on the Tennessee Sheriffs’ Association’s Training Committee. TSA President David Andrews, sheriff of Putnam County, selected Bledsoe to share his 26 years of law enforcement experience on the committee. “I see this as an opportunity to progress and improve the service by all sheriff’s offices across the state and to learn more effective ways to train and serve Dickson County,” Bledsoe said in an announcement of the appointment. The TSA Training Committee is comprised of 10 sheriffs from across Tennessee with a goal to promote better and more effective law enforcement by providing in-service training to sheriffs, chief deputies and jail administrators. The TSA is a non-profit educational organization founded in 1971 and operated by an executive committee composed of sheriffs from across the state with a goal of improving law enforcement practices, disseminating educational information beneficial to sheriffs and advocating on behalf of law enforcement with state and federal lawmakers. For more information on the Tennessee Sheriffs’ Association, visit tnsheriffs.com.