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Jason Rector, 6th District of Adair County Constable, re-elected President; Rick Reynolds, Taylor County is Vice President; and William Troutwine, Adair 1st District Constable, elected Chaplain
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By Jason Rector, President, Kentucky Constable Association
Constable Jason Rector of Adair County was re-elected President of the Kentucky Constable Association. Jason has been a Constable since 2007 and a member of the Association since December 2006 while serving in various officer positions in the Association since 2007. He has served as Judge Advocate, Vice-President and held the President position since 2009.
Constable William "Bill" Troutwine of Adair County was elected Chaplain. Bill has been a Constable since 2011 and also a member of the Constable Association since 2011. Bill has held prior offices of Chaplain and Vice-President.
Constable Rick Reynolds of Taylor County was elected Vice-President. Rick has been a Constable since 2003 and has been with the Kentucky Constable Association since 2004. Rick has held offices such as Sgt at Arms and Professional Standards Director.
The purpose of the KY Constable Association, Inc. shall be to promote and protect the Constitutional office of the Constable within the Commonwealth of Kentucky and provide quality training and educational opportunities to Constables and their Deputies, while making best efforts for the Constable to become actively involved in civic and community organizations and activities in educating the public and to otherwise promote suppressing crime with community policing.
The office of the Kentucky Association of Constables, established May 27, 1992, is in the Historic Adair County Courthouse, 500 Public Square, Suite 2, Columbia, KY- JASON RECTOR, President, Chairman, and Training Director.
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