SEPTEMBER 27, 2014
MARK YOUR CALENDERS
New York Law Enforcement Cadet Stations Day Conference is designed to teach young adults the job of police work through controlled scenarios and giving these young adults a chance to learn from their mistakes and take what they have learned and apply it to the career they have chosen to pursue in the Criminal Justice Field of police work.
The program originated in the State of Connecticut and was started in New York back in 1996 with junior police or explorer programs from agencies as far as Buffalo to Ulster County and included Connecticut youth programs as well.
The program has starting back up again and we are looking for agencies that would be interested in attending. Currently we are looking at having the program in the spring or early summer of 2014. The event would be held tentatively at the Solvay High School, located in the Village of Solvay (right down the road from the New York State Fair Grounds).
Te 2014 conference is open to Law Enforcement Explorer Posts, Junior Police Programs and any other “Junior Police” type programs sponsored by a Law Enforcement Police agency in both New York State and the State of Connecticut.
If your agency would be interested in attending this event, fill out the quick interest form AND email, fax or mail the Interest Form back to:
PSDA Scott Griffo
Solvay Police Department
507 Charles Av
Solvay, NY 13209
Or fax it back to 315/468-2511. The information gathered will help give us a number or count of how many agencies are interested in attending for a number count.
This would also be a great chance to send a representative, should you be interested in starting a “Junior Police” type of program. If you are unable to attend, leave your information our website at the NYLECSDC side bar and someone will contact you about starting this type of program.
We hope to see more come agencies and programs alike come out to next year’s event. We hope to have a date posted no later than December 31, 2013
Also, please check out these two news cast from this page.
NEWS 9 WSYR – Syracuse, NY
CNY CENTRAL – WSTM Channel 3, WTVH Channel 5, WSTQ Channel 6 – Syracuse, NY
Thank you, again for all that attended this year and we hope to see you all again next year and more.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Scott Griffo at 315.468.2510, Mon-Fri, 8:30 am to 4:15 pm (except holidays), or by email – email@example.com .