ATLANTIC BEACH — The North Carolina Sheriffs’ Association will hold its annual business conference beginning Saturday at the DoubleTree by Hilton hotel in Atlantic Beach.

The conference lasts through Tuesday and will bring together sheriffs and law enforcement personnel from across the state to talk about key issues facing the industry and share ideas about how to better serve communities.

According to a Friday release from the Carteret County Sheriff’s Office, which is hosting the annual conference this year, sheriffs in attendance plan to discuss topics such as crisis communication, civil commitments and transportation and NCSA resources.

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