The Antelope Island chapter of the International Footprint Association, an organization designed to support law enforcement agencies and officers, has elected new officers and a new board of directors.

Sherry Shelton is the new president of the chapter, which has more than 100 members, including police officers, attorneys, judges and private citizens. Shelton and other new officers will serve a one-year term beginning July 1.Salt Lake police officer B.L. Smith was named first vice president; Ray Peterson is the second vice president; Tom Gagnon is secretary; Bob Odor, treasurer; and Robert Lewis is the sergeant-at-arms.

New directors include law enforcement representatives, Jeff Itami, James Valdez, David Loyola and Don Lyman. The civilian representatives include Ernie Coleman, Mark Folsom, Robin Blomquist and John H. McGuruk. Dave Westley will serve as the Grand Board Director.