DECATUR, GA—National Constables and Marshals Association announced the appointment of Chief Marshal William J. Taylor as state director for Georgia, effective Aug. 13, for a two-year term.
Headquartered in Shreveport, La., the National Constables and Marshals Association (NCMA) was founded in 1973 and currently has 15 state directors with over 1,000 members.
Taylor’s priorities will include highlighting the involvement of NCMA members throughout Georgia and across America and bringing awareness to topics relevant to our communities.
Chief Taylor is celebrating over 31 years in law enforcement. He is a combat veteran who retired after 24 years of service with the U. S. Air Force. He holds a master’s degree in public safety administration from Columbus State University and a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice administration from Columbia Southern University. Chief Taylor also is a graduate of the Police Executive Research Forum, Senior Management Institute for Police Session 81, Georgia Command College (Columbus State University), Southern Police Institute’s Command Officer’s Development Course (University of Louisville), and the GA FBI Law Enforcement Executive Development Seminar.
For more information about the National Constables and Marshals Association, visit www.nationalconstablesandmarshalsassociation.com.