Gadsden County Sheriff In Wake Of Texas Church Shooting, Local Sheriff Looks To Train Churches On Active Shooters By Sascha Cordner • Nov 10, 2017 iStockphoto In wake of the recent shooting at a Texas Church, Gadsden County’s sheriff office is working on putting together some training for local churches. Law Enforcement Involved In Mass Shootings Give Perspective At Rural County Summit By Sascha Cordner • Jun 15, 2017 Sascha Cordner / WFSU-FM This week, hundreds of law enforcement flocked to the Florida Panhandle for the sixth annual Rural County summit. This year’s three-day event focused on terrorism prevention efforts. Gadsden Sheriff Drops Appeal Over Furlough Misdemeanor Conviction By Lynn Hatter • Dec 2, 2015 Gadsden County Sheriffs Office Gadsden County Sheriff Morris Young is dropping his appeal of indirect contempt of court charge. The legal wrangling stem from Young’s decision to let some offenders out of jail on furloughs. Flakka Training Draws 500 To North Florida By Jim Ash • Sep 9, 2015 With South Florida emergency rooms overflowing and body counts rising, the only way to halt an epidemic of the designer drug Flakka is education and community outreach. Gadsden Residents To Governor: Keep Sheriff Young By Lynn Hatter • Sep 2, 2015 LHatter / WFSU News Gadsden County community leaders say they want Sheriff Morris Young to remain in office. Nearly 200 people came out Tuesday afternoon for a press conference in support of the sheriff. Gadsden Sheriff Asks Judge To Dismiss Charges Over Inmate Furlough Program By Lynn Hatter • Dec 15, 2014 Gadsden County Sheriff's Office Gadsden County Sheriff Morris Young says charges against him should be dismissed. It's the latest between the Sheriff and State Attorney Willie Meggs over who has the authority to grant temporary releases to jail inmates.