As President of New York State Minorities in Criminal Justice (NYSMICJ), it is my pleasure to serve our members. My goal is to engage Criminal Justice Agencies around the state to join us in a non-partisan, education journey to improve the Criminal Justice System.
I welcome the members of NYSMICJ and thank you for being the best part of this organization. I would also like to invite professionals from the Criminal Justice field to join and take advantage of the great opportunities NYSMICJ has to offer.
The New York State Minorities in Criminal Justice is a Federally registered, tax exempted, non-partisan, non-profit service organization, organized to examine and act upon the improvements in the Criminal Justice System, to promote the general welfare, to increase the influence of minorities in the Criminal Justice System, and to coordinate efforts with all legitimate organizations whose purpose would include the promotion of justice within the general State, local, public & private sectors of the criminal justice system.
New York State Minorities in Corrections, Inc - Founded 1986
New York State Minorities in Criminal Justice, Inc - Name changed 1994
Our History Begins with our Founders:
It is a truism that no organization can survive and sustain it's self on its own but it needs leaders that can foster a desire in its membership to carry out the mission of that organization. New York State Minorities in Correction/Criminal Justice present our presidents in their words and deeds over the years beginning with our founder.