Campus Welcomes University Police Officers Taylor and Croneiser

SUNY Cobleskill is pleased to welcome its newest members of the SUNY Cobleskill University Police Department, Officers Evan Taylor and Emily Croneiser. To serve and protect the campus and its community to the very best of their ability, Officer Taylor and Officer Croneiser took an oath of honor on Wednesday, July 15, 2015. Dr. Marion Terenzio, President of SUNY Cobleskill, presided the affirmation.

“It is an honor to welcome Officer Taylor and Officer Croneiser to SUNY Cobleskill as new officers of the University Police Department. We are confident that they will both contribute greatly to safeguarding our College and the entire campus community. Congratulations,” said President Terenzio.

Officer Evan Taylor is originally from Buffalo New York and attended the State University of New York at Buffalo graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. Evan is a member of the Army Reserves and serves as a Combat Medic with the 865th Combat Support Hospital. He began his career in police work with the Village of Coxsackie Police Department and is a recent graduate of the Zone Five Regional Law Enforcement Academy where he was awarded the Highest Academic Average and the best firearms qualifying average “Top Shot.”

Officer Emily Croneiser is originally from Old Forge, New York where she served as a volunteer firefighter and EMT. Emily attended the New York State University College at Oswego and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Public Justice. She started her career in Law Enforcement with the Herkimer County Sheriff’s Office as a Corrections Officer. Officer Croneiser began her police training at the Zone Five Regional Law Enforcement Academy on July 14, 2015.