Justice Administration Graduate is President of National Sheriff’s Association

Sheriff John Aubrey has a long history of public safety and military service.  He served in numerous positions rising through the ranks during his 28 years of service with the Louisville Police Department, retiring as the acting Chief of Police.  He also served in the United States Army Reserves, entering as a private and retiring 32 years later as a Colonel.  Elected Sheriff in 1999, John is now running unopposed for his fifth term as the longest sitting Sheriff in the history of Jefferson County Kentucky.

Sheriff Aubrey currently serves on the National Sheriff’s’ Association Board of Directors as the 2014 President.  He chairs both the Audit and Reserve Law Enforcement Committees.  Sheriff Aubrey serves on the NSA Management Sub-Committee, the Nominating Committee and the Court Security Committee.  Additionally, he serves as treasurer for the Major County Sheriffs’ Association.

John is a graduate of the 85th Class of the National Sheriffs’ Institute, the 40th Administrative Officers Course of the Southern Police Institute, the 96th class of the FBI National Academy, the 35th FBI National Executive Institute and the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College.

Sheriff Aubrey earned Undergraduate and Master Degrees in Criminal Justice Administration from the University of Louisville and was honored as the 2012 Southern Police Institute Alumni of the Year.

Well done Sheriff Aubrey!