Madison County Sheriff Blake Dorning not using for re-election
May 20, 2017 - running watch
MADISON COUNTY, Ala. – Madison County Sheriff Blake Dorning will not run for another tenure during a 2018 election. The policeman will finish out a final 18 months of his term, withdrawal bureau in early 2019.
Sheriff Dorning will make a announcement today during the Madison County Republican Men’s Club meeting.
In an talk with WHNT News 19’s Steve Johnson, Sheriff Dorning explained that he wants to give some-more courtesy to his family.
“When we are a policeman all that happens, you’re eventually hold obliged for, and so it was something that unequivocally pulls on we all a time, and while we might be there … your mind is somewhere else,” he said.
Dorning has served as policeman for 14 years, initial holding bureau in Jan 2003. He is one of dual group to win 4 uninterrupted terms as Madison County Sheriff.
Dorning started with a Sheriff’s Office in 1983. He started in a jail before going into a margin for patrol. He became sergeant in 1989 afterwards major in 1994, holding assign of a rapist investigations section in 1998. He became a captain in 2001.
You can watch Sheriff Dorning’s talk during Leadership Perspectives on WHNT News 19 Sunday morning starting during 6:00 a.m.