Members of the Shelby County Ethics Commission serve two-year terms. In all, the commission consists of 12 members and one chairman who are appointed by the county mayor and confirmed by the Shelby County Commission. The board includes a minimum of five licensed attorneys (of which three are former judges) and eight members from the broader community.
There are no vacancies at this time.
Functions & Authority
The Ethics Commission has jurisdiction of all ethics complaints lodged against:
Appointees to boards, commissions, and authorities
Assistant chief administrative officer
Chief deputy and assistant chief deputy sheriffs
Division directors, deputy directors, chief administrators, administrators, and deputy administrators