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By Roger Dey

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


August 19, 2021

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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