The Annual Sheriffs' Directory

To get the same exposure as an ad in the NSA Annual Sheriffs' Directory, you would need to spend a year in a Sheriff’s office! Published in early spring, the Directory reaches more than 3,500 sheriffs, deputies, jail administrators, and other law enforcement personnel.

The directory includes contact information for every Sheriff in the United States, the state sheriffs’ associations, and NSA staff.

Listings are arranged alphabetically by state and county as well as by Sheriff’s name. 

This useful reference includes: 
  • Name
  • Address
  • Phone
  • Fax
  • E-mail 
The Directory is updated annually following state elections.

With a shelf life of one year, NSA’s comprehensive Directory is one of the most cost-effective advertising vehicles you will ever choose!

Rates

Page Size Rate
Cover 2 $3,115
Cover 3 $3,115
Cover 4 $3,400
2-page spread $3,400
Full Page 4C $1,990
½ Horizontal $1,250
¼ Vertical $850
No special position guarantees (except covers) and no agency commission for the Conference Program.

Specs

Page Size WxH
Full Page 7.25 x 10
Full Page Bleed 8.375 x 11.125
2-Page Spread 16 x 10
2-Page Spread Bleed 17.5 x 11.125
1/2 Vertical 3.375 x 9.625
1/4 Vertical 3.25 x 4.75
1/2 Horizontal 7.25 x 4.75

Deadlines

Ad Close: March 1, 2017
Art Due: March 8, 2017
 

NSA Annual Sheriffs' Directory - 2017 Electronic File - $750

The NSA Annual Sheriffs' Directory is released each year in April. It reflects the results of the elections and is updated with current information on all the newly-elected sheriffs, has an alphabetical listing of all U.S. sheriffs by name, state sheriffs' association information, a full listing of all NSA committees, and a full list of NSA headquarters staff. Format is Excel and PDF and will be sent via email upon completion of order. NOTE: Every attempt was made to include accurate, updated information in the directory. However, some names and titles, addresses, phone numbers, and emails may have changed during directory production. The NSA is not responsible for any inaccuracies or omissions. If you do see an error, please contact publications@sheriffs.org.