Moore County Law Enforcement Officers Association Announces Elected Officers for 2018

The Moore County Law Enforcement Officers Association announces the election of its incoming
Officers/Board of Directors for 2018. An election was held on November 30, 2017, by the Moore County

Law Enforcement Association, the results of this election are as follows:

President – Chief Bob Temme – Southern Pines Police Department
Vice President – Amanda Grigg – Southern Pines Police Department
Treasurer –Tori Price – Southern Pines Police Department
Secretary –Kelly Stevens – Southern Pines Police Department
Sergeant at Arms – Billy Leonard – Moore County Sheriff’s Office

The Moore County Law Enforcement Officers Association is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization that was established in 1980. The purpose of the association is to promote closer cooperation among the various branches of law enforcement in Moore County. In addition, the further purpose of the association is to promote the welfare and interest of all members to the end that the administration of justice in Moore County may be improved through the interchange of ideas, the study of new methods, and the education of its members.

President Bob Temme made the following comments following the election:

“I am both honored and privileged to serve alongside the men and women of the Moore County Law Enforcement Officers Association for a second term. We have a dedicated group of sworn officers, civilian employees, and retirees who are committed to protecting the citizens of Moore County and engaging in positive community relations. I am confident that the newly elected officers will enhance the quality of law enforcement throughout Moore County by serving the needs of the community, as well as the needs of our members and their families.”

Membership in the Moore County Law Enforcement Officers Association is open to all employees
working in law enforcement in Moore County. In addition, membership is open to all Moore County residents who are retired officers from state, municipal, county, state or federal law enforcement agencies.

Membership information can be obtained by emailing the Moore County Law Enforcement Association at; president@moorecountyleo.org or by attending an association meeting held the last Thursday of each month at 6:00 PM at the association’s meeting hall/firing range located at 6921 U.S. 15-150 Highway Carthage, NC 28327.

As a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization, to further the cause of the Moore County Law Enforcement
Association, donations are always welcome. Donations can be made to the Moore County Law
Enforcement Officers Association, P.O. Box 98 Carthage, NC 28327.

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