Elliott Boyce

Senior Investigator,
New York State Police

A native New Yorker, Elliot Boyce began his distinguished 33-year career with the New York State Police in 1987. In 1996, he was appointed to the Bureau of Criminal Investigation as an Investigator, where he was assigned to the Community Narcotics Enforcement Team, working multiple level narcotics cases throughout much of the Central, Southern and Western New York areas. In 1998, Boyce was cross-designated a U.S. Customs Officer by the U.S. Department of Treasury. In 1999, he completed the New York State Police Basic Hate/Bias Criminal Investigations School to become a Bias Crimes Investigator. He has also served as a New York State Police Recruiter to maintain and increase diversity within the ranks of the New York State Police. In 2004, Boyce completed Crisis Negotiations School to join the elite group of New York State Police Crisis Negotiators. He was deputized as a Drug Enforcement Agent Task Force Officer to assist with major narcotics investigations. In 2005, he started his tenure as an Adjunct Professor in the School of Public Justice at the State University College of New York at Oswego. In 2015, Boyce was accepted into the distinguished New York State Police Employee Assistance Program and subsequently promoted to Senior Investigator / Director.

Director Boyce earned his Bachelor of Science in Public Justice from the State University of New York at Oswego, a Master’s in Criminal Justice from the School of Criminal Justice at the State University of New York at Albany and a Master’s in Public Administration at Marist College. In 2021, Elliot obtained a Diversity & Inclusion Certification from Cornell University.

Elliott may be contacted at elliott.boyce@ncjp.info

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