Dubois County prosecutor elected to lead IPAC board

The Indiana Prosecuting Attorneys Council announced this week the selection of a new chair to lead its board of directors.

Dubois County Prosecutor Anthony Quinn has been elected as chairman of the Board of Directors for the Indiana Prosecuting Attorneys Council, the organization announced on Tuesday.

Quinn, who has served as Dubois County prosecutor since 2015, has been presiding over IPAC Board meetings as vice-chair since Lisa Swaim stepped down in January after being appointed judge in Cass County. Quinn will chair the board until June 2021.

Other officers elected include James “Brad” Landwerlen of Shelby County, vice chairman; and Chris Owens, Scott County, secretary.

“I am excited about this opportunity to serve all of Indiana’s prosecutors at the state level,” Quinn said in a statement. “This year has presented some incredible challenges in nearly every facet of life for our prosecutors around Indiana and I’m proud of the way IPAC and the Board of Directors has been there to guide everyone through this process. I look forward to continuing this work in the coming months.”

In addition to the officers, other prosecutors elected to two-year terms on the IPAC board include Vicki Becker (Elkhart County), Andrew Bryson (Union County), Daniel Hampton (Kosciusko County),  Jeremy Mull (Clark County), Erika Oliphant (Monroe County), Wesley Schemenaur (Jay County) and Steven Sonnega (Morgan County).

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