By Roger Dey

Dutton takes role in addressing national challenges as president of Western States Sheriffs Assoc.


Last updated 8/18/2021 at 11:41am

Photo courtesy Sheriff Leo Dutton

Lewis and Clark County Sheriff Leo Dutton (back row, far left) hosted USFS LE&I Director Tracy Perry (back row, third from right) and sheriffs from across the west on a trip to Pretty Prairie in the Bob Marshall Wilderness.

Lewis and Clark County Sheriff Leo Dutton hosted the U.S. Forest Service Director of Law Enforcement and Investigation and a dozen sheriff's from around the western United States for a first-of-its-kind exercise in the Bob Marshall Wilderness from July 19-23.

In his role as president of the Western States Sheriff's Association – an office he's held since May 16 - Dutton coordinated the outing...

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