Albany Law School will delay opening until 11am due to the weather.
The Albany Citizens’ Police Review Board (CPRB) was honored on Friday night, April 15, at St. Anne Institute’s annual fundraising event. The Wine, Dine & Stein event took place at the Normanside Country Club in Delmar, N.Y. The CPRB joined Marri Aviza and the Underground Railroad History Project of the Capital Region as this year’s honorees. The CPRB and the Underground Railroad
History Project received St. Anne’s “Community Partnership Award.”
“We are delighted to be recognized for our contributions to Albany by an organization that does such critical community work itself, providing outstanding residential and educational services on behalf of children and families,” said CPRB Chair Mickey Bradley.
The CPRB is an independent body established by the City of Albany in 2000 to improve communication between the police department and the community, to increase police accountability and credibility with the public, and to create a complaint review process that is free from bias and informed of actual police practice.
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