Sheriff Maciol Elected to State Association Post

Oneida County Sheriff Robert Maciol was elected to serve as a member of the New York State Sheriffs’ Association’s Executive Committee at the organization’s 86th Annual Winter Training Conference held in Albany last week. The Association, headquartered in Albany, is comprised of the state’s 55 elected and 3 appointed Sheriffs, and was formed in 1934 to represent the interests and concerns of Sheriffs and their constituents before the State Legislature, the Governor’s Office, state criminal justice agencies, and to provide training and support to Sheriffs and their staff across the state. The Executive Committee is responsible for guiding the activities of the organization between annual meetings of the Sheriffs’ Association.

Maciol was elected as the Oneida County Sheriff in 2010 and was sworn in to office on January 1st of 2011. The Sheriff recently served as the 2019 President of the New York State Sheriff’s Association and has been in law enforcement for 31 years.