Thank You!

Written by Casey Quinlan. Posted in Latest News

 

Thank you to all who made our 9th Annual Training Conference a great success!

The Villa Roma Resort & Conference Center provided a great venue for NYWLE to celebrate 9 years and host another wonderful conference.  Of course, it would not have been possible without the support of our sponsors, speakers and all of the attendees who create such a wonderful environment for learning and networking.

 

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Kathy Barnes Ford Promoted

Written by C.J. Ostrowski. Posted in Latest News

Congratulations to NYWLE Board Member Kathy Barnes Ford, who was promoted on March 9, 2017 to Assistant Chief of Custody for the Onondaga County Sheriff's Office. The Custody Division is responsible for overseeing the county jail.

Ford has again made history in the Sheriff's Office by becoming the highest ranking female in the history of the department. She joined the department in 1996, and was promoted to sergeant in 2003. She first made history by becoming the first female lieutenant in the Custody Division in 2008, and again when she reached the rank of Captain in 2016. 

AMU March 2017 Webinar: Drone/UAV Threats

Written by C.J. Ostrowski. Posted in Latest News

This March, American Military University is offering a webinar at no cost to law enforcement professionals: Drone/UAV Threats Tuesday, March 14 from 1-2 p.m. EST

Drones, also known as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), have become a significant threat to secure facilities including prisons, government buildings, and power plants. Drones also continue to pose a threat and challenge to public safety officials. Join AMU for a 60-minute webinar examining the overall threat of UAVs and learn about recent cases where drones have threatened secure locations and public safety officials.

Learn more and register now (Be sure to write "NYWLE" after your last name when you register.)

Syracuse PD's Mother/Daughter Duo

Written by C.J. Ostrowski. Posted in Latest News

On January 3, 1848 voters from the villages of Salina and Syracuse voted to merge and the City of Syracuse Police Department was formed. In March of 2016, Chief Fowler hired Police Officer Sarah Hassett, who is the daughter of Syracuse Police Officer Carolyn Carbone and the Department's first Mother & Daughter in Blue was established!

Carolyn Carbone and Sarah Hassett are the first mother/daughter duo in the history of the Syracuse Police Department (SPD). Before they became police officers, they earned Criminal Justice degrees from OCC. Carbone graduated from Fowler High School. Her father’s military service inspired her to go into law enforcement and the strong reputation of OCC’s Criminal Justice program brought her to campus. “As I researched the faculty I realized they were retired police officers. Being able to learn from former cops was very important to me.”