SC Law Enforcement Officers Association announces New Executive Director
COLUMBIA, SC - The South Carolina Law Enforcement Officers Association (SCLEOA) announced today that Mr. Ryan Alphin has been appointed as the new Executive Director of the largest law enforcement officers association in South Carolina. The SCLEOA has been THE Voice of Law Enforcement since 1941 and the nearly 8000 members statewide are supported by the Association’s vast network, exceptional services and resources and high standards of excellence in advanced training.
Mr. Alphin comes to the SCLEOA from the Strom Law Firm in Columbia where he has been an Investigator since 2004. Ryan’s extensive knowledge and experience in the criminal justice field, and understanding of the legislative process in South Carolina, will make him an invaluable resource for law enforcement in our State.
When asked to comment about his new position, Ryan said, “I am very excited to start a new chapter in my life, and I consider it an honor and a privilege to lead such a distinguished group of law enforcement professionals. This is not a privilege I take lightly. I look forward to building on the hard work of former Executive Director, Jarrod Bruder, to take the SCLEOA to new heights.”
Mr. Alphin’s previous employer Mr. Pete Strom commented on Ryan’s new job, “Ryan has been an essential part of the Strom Law Firm for a long time. I am very proud of him and I look forward to seeing him at the Statehouse in his new role at SCLEOA. He will be greatly missed.”
Chief Deputy Keith Kirchner (Lexington County Sheriff’s Department) and President of the SCLEOA said, “I and the Board of Directors welcome Ryan Alphin. The search for a new Executive Director was an extensive and long process with a number of highly qualified applicants expressing their interest; making the decision a difficult one. We eventually chose Ryan for his unique qualities and obvious passion for supporting law enforcement in South Carolina. We welcome him aboard and look forward to a great future with Ryan as the Executive Director.”
The South Carolina Law Enforcement Officers Association is proud to be THE Voice of Law Enforcement in South Carolina and proud of what our 8,000 members do everyday for our citizens. The SCLEOA will continue to set the standard of service to our members and be THE resource for our members and the communities we serve. For more information on the SCLEOA please go to www.scleoa.org . The SCLEOA will continue to fulfill our mission of: To enhance and promote the law enforcement profession in South Carolina.
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