Mystery Author Clair Poulson at Brigham City Public Library
Oct 17, 2017, 7:00 pm
The Brigham City Library welcoms Clair M. Poulson, sho will discuss his life’s work in the criminal justice system, including eight years as the Duchesne County Sheriff, and how those experiences affected his work as an author of crime thrillers. Poulson is the author of three dozen books, the most recent being The Search.
Clair Poulson has served for forty years in the criminal justice system. Twenty years were spent in law enforcement, ending his police career with eight years as the Duchesne County Sheriff. For the past twenty years Clair has worked as a justice court judge for Duchesne County. Clair is also a veteran of the US Army where he was a military policeman. He has served on various boards and councils during his professional career, including the Justice Court Board of Judges, Utah Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice, Utah Judicial Council, Utah Peace Officer Standards and Training Council, an FBI advisory board and others.In addition to his criminal justice work, Clair has farmed and ranched all of his life. He has raised many kinds of animals, but his greatest interest is horses.
This event is made possible with the support of Brigham City Public Library and Utah Humanities.
Brigham City Library
26 E Forest St
Brigham City , UT 84302-2112
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