State of New York Police Juvenile Officers Association
New York's Juvenile Officer and School Resource Officers Association
The State of New York Police Juvenile Officers Association is a training and advocacy organization comprised primarily of police officers and other professionals specialized in the field of juvenile justice and prevention.
BASIC SRO COURSE ANNOUNCEMENT
The SNYPJOA in cooperation with NYS DCJS are proud to announce SRO courses that will be held during the winter. These courses are funded through DCJS and made availible to officers for free.
Attached is the training announcement and registration site.
Basic SRO Capital District - Schenectady County - January 28th - February 1st, 2019
Basic SRO Long Island - Suffolk County - February 11th - 15th, 2019
Basic SRO Western NY - Erie County - March 25th - 29th, 2019
SNYPJOA Glock Fundraiser Raffle
Matt Erwin of Syracuse PD is the winner of the Glock Raffle Fundraiser.
Thank you to all that supported the SNYPJOA.
Matt is shown here with Executive Director Brian Forte and President Michael Whiteley.
2019 State of New York Police Juvenile Officers and School Resource Officers Conference
Fort William Henry Conference Center
Lake George, NY
August 26th - August 30th, 2019
Reservations for Hotel only to be made with Hotel Reservation form faxed, emailed, or mailed
For more information visit the Conference under Training Section
In NYS the age of Criminal Responsibility will increase along with the laws related to how to handle criminal actions that deals with Juveniles. The Raise the Age law begins October 1,2018. We have provided a copy of the DCJS letter which was distributed on September 7th, 2018 along with some guidelines. We have been also providing information relative to these changes with up to date trainings being conducted at our Annual Conference. Should you need any further information or request a Raise the Age Training please contact any of the SNYPOJA Board members or our Training Director C. Edward Schmidt at firstname.lastname@example.org
click here for DCJS Memorandum