According to Oneida County Sheriff Robert Maciol, his Undersheriff, Robert Swenszkowski will be retiring effective August 30, 2018after 22 years of service with the Sheriff’s Office and 26 years in the criminal justice profession. Swenszkowski started his law enforcement career as a part-time Correction Officer with the Sheriff’s Office in 1992. In 1993, he became a full time Correction Officer and in 2002 became a Deputy Sheriff in the Civil Division. In 2006, he was employed as a Police Officer in the Village of New York Mills, eventually becoming the New York Mills Chief of Police in 2009. He returned to the Sheriff’s Office in 2011 and has served as Oneida County Undersheriff to Sheriff Maciol since then. Swenszkowski has accepted a Professor of Practice position in Justice Studies at Utica College. Joseph Lisi, the current Chief Deputy of the Child Advocacy, will replace Swenszkowski. A formal announcement regarding the appointment of Joseph Lisi will be made in the beginning of September.