Oneida County Sheriff Robert M. Maciol’s tenure as president of the New York State Sheriff’s Association has ended, however he will continue to serve in a leadership role in the statewide organization.
Maciol was elected to the Association’s Executive Committee at the organization’s annual winter training conference in Albany last week, authorities said.
Leadership positions in the association are a one-year posting, where the officer rotates through each position, according to the association announcement.
Maciol served as president of the statewide organization for 2019, and had previously served as vice president, secretary and other positions, as part of the rotation.
The executive committee is responsible for guiding the activities of the Association throughout the year.
The New York State Sheriff’s Association was founded in 1934 to represent the interests and concerns of the sheriffs across the state before the state Legislature, the governor’s office and other criminal justice agencies.
Maciol has served as Oneida County Sheriff since 2011.