Violence Prevention Task Force
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In accordance with the Equity Agenda (Chapter 183 of the Code of the City of Albany), the Albany Common Council’s Public Safety Committee establishes a Violence Prevention Task Force. The Violence Prevention Task Force is responsible for convening stakeholders every fall to develop action items in preparation for the upcoming summer in anticipation of an uptick in violence. This Task Force is composed of members of the Albany Common Council’s Public Safety Committee, community members from wards disproportionately impacted by violence, at least one youth representative, representatives from the Albany Police Department, the Mayor’s office, the Albany City School District, clergy, and members from violence prevention-related organizations.
2021 Meeting Schedule
The task force will meet the First (1st) and Third (3rd) Thursday of the month at 5:30 p.m. for the remainder of 2021. If there is an adjustment in the meeting date and time it will be posted to the Facebook page or the City of Albany’s website.
Agendas & Minutes
|President Pro Tem Kelly Kimbrough||Public Safety Committee||12/31/22|
|Councilmember Sonia Frederick||Public Safety Committee||12/31/22|
|Lt. Joseph McDade||Albany Police Department||12/31/22|
|Brian Shea||Mayor’s Office||12/31/22|
|Vincent Thompson||Albany City School District||12/31/22|
|Orville M. Abrahams||Violence Prevention-Related Organization||12/31/22|
|Joseph Mancini||Violence Prevention-Related Organization||12/31/22|
|Robin Chappelle Golston||12/31/22|
|Jonathan B. Green||12/31/22|
|John E. Pratt||12/31/22|
|Barry D. Walston||12/31/22|
|Joyce Clark Williams||12/31/22|