St. Lawrence County students inducted into criminal justice honor society
Tuesday, May 19, 2020 - 12:37 pm

CANTON -- The SUNY Canton chapter of Alpha Phi Sigma criminal justice honor society welcomed 50 new members during the past academic year.

The society recognizes academic excellence for students in Criminal Justice and related programs.

All Alpha Phi Sigma students are part of SUNY Canton's Center for Criminal Justice, Intelligence and Cybersecurity, which contains seven academic programs.

Among the students inducted were:

Taylor K. VanBrocklin, a Senior in SUNY Canton's Criminal Investigation program from DeKalb Junction.

Tyler Bowman, a Senior in SUNY Canton's Criminal Investigation program from Gouverneur.

Nichole Ward, a Senior in SUNY Canton's Criminal Investigation program from Gouverneur.

Roy K. Gilmour, a Senior in SUNY Canton's Law Enforcement Leadership program from Hammond.

Jordan Hatch, a Senior in SUNY Canton's Homeland Security program from Massena.

Jacob Vierno, a Senior in SUNY Canton's Homeland Security program from Massena.

Eric J. Leroux, a Junior in SUNY Canton's Homeland Security program from Parishville.

Kaitlyn Daniels, a Junior in SUNY Canton's Homeland Security program from Potsdam.

Jade Coffey, a Junior in SUNY Canton's Criminal Investigation program from Pyrites.