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Region 3 holds the seat of State Government. It is also home to the headquarters of dozens of criminal justice agencies along with many criminal justice orientated organizations. Region 3 is the HUB for networking. Minorities from all the criminal justice agencies can come together to make connections to further their careers. #ClimbHigh
Vice President: John Pratt
Asst. Vice President: vacant
Secretary: Sarah Wilday (pending acceptance)
Treasurer: Michael Hurt (pending acceptance)
Financial Secretary: Douglas Wilburn (pending acceptance)
Parliamentarian: Kenneth Ivey (pending acceptance)
South Central Region – The counties of Greene, Columbia, Schoharie, Albany Schenectady, Saratoga, Rensselaer, Washington, Warren, Fulton, and Montgomery.
Interested in Joining NYSMICJ Region 3? Signup and pay your membership fees through the main membership page
Region 3 holds its monthly meeting on the 4th Friday of the month from 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM at the Pine Hills Branch of the Albany Public Library, 517 Western Ave, Albany, NY 12206, USA
Each year, New York State Minorities in Criminal Justice, Inc. (NYSMICJ) Region 3 awards a $500 college scholarship to an undergraduate student pursuing a degree in Criminal Justice. NYSMICJ is committed to promoting professionalism and we value the presence and contributions of educated men and women in Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement. To further our commitment, NYSMICJ provides this scholarship to a qualifying student. For more information on NYSMICJ, visit www.nysmicj.org.
To qualify, applicants must:
Preference will be given to students of the hosting institution, as well as dependents of active NYSMICJ members.
All submissions must include a 500-word essay on one of the current years topics and a copy of their current transcript. All submissions must be made through the online submission form.
Submissions are accepted from November 1st through February 14th.
Perhaps one of the most well-known crusaders for women’s rights, Ruth Bader Ginsburg advanced gender-equality, the rights of workers, and separation of church and state. She rejected violence as counterproductive and stressed the need to restore respect, establish justice, and reduce the causes of conflict as the surest way to peace. Following her lead, for generations, women have resolved conflicts in their homes, schools, workplaces, and communities. They have expanded the American tradition of using inclusive, democratic, and active means to reduce violence, achieve peace, and promote the common good.
Each March, at the Women’s Day Training Conference, Region 3 of the New York State Minorities in Criminal Justice, Inc. honors a woman who’s work supports these ideas by awarding her the RBG (Ruth Bader Ginsburg) Agent of Change Award.
Nomination submissions are accepted from November 1st through February 14th.
“Fight for the things you care about, but do it in a way that will lead others to join you.” – Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg