Deputy Chief Mady Bay, University Police, Binghamton, Criminal Justice Chair/Instructor at SUNY Broome Kerry Weber and Investigator Marie Finelli, of SUNY Broome Public Safety, were part of a round table discussion with local high school and college women students and female law enforcement and criminal justice professionals, talking about careers for women and our experiences in our professions.
The 10th Annual NYWLE Conference will take place November 13 through 15, 2019 at the Holiday Inn in Saratoga Springs, NY, where the creation of New York Women in Law Enforcement was announced in 2009. Please join us for valuable training and networking! Check back on the website for details. Registration will open later this summer.
On February 4, 2019, Onondaga County Executive Ryan McMahon presented Onondaga County Sheriff's Office Deputy Kamilla Peck with the Onondaga County Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Employee Recognition Award. This award is given to County employees who demonstrate outstanding service in their work and personal life and who exemplifies the ideals of the slain civil rights leader.
The NYWLE Scholarship Committee is proud to announce the two recipients of the IACP Women's Leadership Institute Training Program Scholarship:
Amanda Piebes from the Village of Wappingers PD and Lindsey Giles from the Onondaga Country Sheriff's Office.
The training will take place in New York City October 28, 2018 through November 2, 2018. NYWLE has been proud to sponsor members through this scholarship program for the past four years, and will continue to offer opportunities to members in the future.
The ladies of the New Rochelle Police Department are pictured sporting their pink patch for breast cancer awareness.
Pictured from left to right ( Officer Nicole DeCarlo, Officer Marisa Bird, Officer Melissa Diniz, Officer Giselle Wilson, Detective Liliana Sanchez, Sergeant Kimberley Diniz)