Albany Law School will delay opening until 11am due to the weather.
Sharmaine Moseley, of Albany, has been named Coordinator of the Albany Citizens' Police Review Board for Albany Law School's Government Law Center.
In her new position, Moseley will be responsible for the day-to-day administration of the Albany Citizens' Police Review Board.
"Having worked closely with the Police Review Board members and monitors in the past, Sharmaine Moseley brings experience and enthusiasm to this program, and will serve as the pivotal facilitator for the Board," said Associate Dean and Government Law Center Director Patricia Salkin.
Previously, Moseley was an executive assistant at Albany Law School's Government Law Center. Prior to joining the Government Law Center, Moseley was a legislative assistant to former New York State Assembly Deputy Speaker Arthur Eve. Moseley holds a bachelor's degree in psychology and africana studies from the University at Albany.
The Government Law Center was retained by the City of Albany in 2000 to provide support services to assist the Albany Citizens' Police Review Board in its responsibilities, including training, public outreach, and education. It also coordinates the Board's meetings, facilitates the Board's responsibility in the review of investigations involving complaints, and maintains a public website about the Board. The Government Law Center is the only academic institution in the country to serve in this unique role.