WCJA Mission Statement

WCJA LogoThe Wyoming Criminal Justice Association provides a forum for the exchange of ideas and promotes professionalism, personal growth and pride in our respective fields, through the collaborative efforts of Wyoming’s Criminal Justice Professionals by way of training, networking and simple communications.

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WCJA New Board Members

What is WCJA

President - Gilbert Nelson

President-Elect - Jessica Munoz

Past President/WECA Rep - Richard Burton

Treasurer - Felicity Garner

Secretary - Dulci Garcia

Publisher/Historian Lori Hogan

Entertainment Coordinator - Pam Gualtieri

Vendor Coordinator - Terresa Banta

Speaker Coordinator - James Piro

Professional Development - Sheila Tulley

Outreach Coordinator - Dawn Marie Pollard

Member at Large - Christina Russell

ACA Representative - Jerry Steele


The 2015 Conference is set for June 4-5 at the

Joint Forces Readiness Center in Cheyenne, WY.

More details coming soon...

The Wyoming Criminal Justice Association (WCJA) is an organization that is committed to providing professional services to its members and criminal justice community. The WCJA cooperates with adjunct justice systems agencies in the expansion and development of parole, probation correctional work and other criminal justice aspects throughout the country. The WCJA also cooperates and works with programs relative to corrections in the state of Wyoming as well as other fields relative to criminal justice. The WCJA is governed by a board of directors that include president, president-elect, secretary/membership coordinator, treasurer, WJCA historian, state representative

to the western correctional association, vendor coordinator, speakers coordinator, outreach coordinator, professional education coordinator, entertainment coordinator, and publisher. The WCJA strives to offer a vast amount of tools to assist its members including professional training and development, promoting high standards in correctional practice, creates public

interest and support, and serves as a forum for the exchange of ideas and information among the agencies represented in the association. The WCJA members and the board of directors are a resource for each other and people in the criminal justice field. Members will receive individual notification of the ongoing training, workshops, annual conference and copies of the association newsletter.