The New York State Sheriff's Association has appointed Oneida County Sheriff, Rob Maciol, to several committees within the organization.

Maciol was selected to four panels, including the Legislative Committee, the Law Enforcement Training Committee, Sheriff's Relations with Native American Reservations Committee and the Consolidation Committee.

The appointments were made by current president and Monroe County Sheriff, Patrick O'Flynn.

Maciol has been a member of the Sheriff's Association since taking office, and currently serves as the Sergeant at Arms.