FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
December 28, 2006
GOVERNOR BARBOUR APPOINTS MCELREATH TO MISSISSIPPI CRIME STOPPERS ADVISORY COUNCIL
(Jackson, Mississippi)—Governor Haley Barbour today announced the appointment of David Hughes McElreath, of Oxford, to the Mississippi Crime Stoppers Advisory Council, which assists in the creation and promoting of local crime stoppers programs and helps increase the flow of information between law enforcement agencies.
“David has a passion for helping prevent crimes in Mississippi and his extensive law enforcement experience will be a huge asset to his work on this council,” Governor Barbour said. “I am confident he will work hard alongside the other members of this board to protect the safety of Mississippi citizens.”
McElreath chairs the Department of Legal Studies at the University of Mississippi, where he also serves as a legal professor. Prior to this position, he taught college-level criminal justice courses and worked in the law enforcement field for more than 10 years. McElreath has contributed to four major law enforcement textbooks and has written or co-written more than 20 publications. In addition, he has given numerous law enforcement presentations since 1982; these presentations include McElreath’s involvement with the U.S. State Department “Partnership in Peace Program,” where he presented ideas of peaces to transitional nations in Eastern Europe.
McElreath earned a bachelor of public administration and certificate of law enforcement from the University of Mississippi. He attended the U.S. Army War College, where he received a master of strategic studies, and has completed more than 14 additional military training sessions. A 1985 graduate of the University of Southern Mississippi, McElreath also holds doctorate in adult educational administration and criminal justice.
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