East Bay Police Chiefs to Discuss Racial Profiling and Public Safety

East Bay Police Chiefs

During a forum held  in Albany by the Berkeley/North East Bay Chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union and moderated by ACLU of Northern California Executive Director Abdi Soltani, three East Bay cities will be represented by their police chiefs in a November discussion on racial profiling and protecting public safety.

The event will be held at the Community Center:

Albany Community Center
1249 Marin Ave.
Albany, CA 94706

On Sunday November 19th, from 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM, Chiefs Andrew Greenwood of Berkeley, Paul Keith of El Cerrito, and Allwyn Brown of Richmond will respond to panel-fielded questions from the audience regarding policing and racial profiling within the three East Bay cities.

The Berkeley/North East Bay Chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union covers portions of the East Bay from Berkeley to Crockett.

The information stated in this article was derived from: EAST BAY TIMES: Triumvirate of local top cops to headline ACLU forum in Albany

View the ACLU announcement of this event on Facebook.

Author: jmelange

I am a writer living in the Bay Area, California.

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