Date: Wednesday, December 9th 5:00 pm-6:30 pm

Guilderland YMCA

250 Windingbrook Dr. - Guilderland

DEPARTMENT NEWS

Carkner and Davis Sworn In

Guilderland Police Department's newest officers, Brandon Carkner and Matthew Davis, were sworn in on November 2, 2020 by Guilderland Town Supervisor Peter Barber.

 

Officer Carkner comes to Guilderland as a lateral transfer from the Albany Police. Officer Davis, also a later transfer, comes from the Albany County Sheriff's Department.

 

The officers will be assigned to the patrol division following a period of field training. A formal ceremony will be held at a later date.

New Officers Hired

Guilderland Police Department's newest officers, Brandon Carkner and Matthew Davis, were sworn in on November 2, 2020 by Guilderland Town Supervisor Peter Barber.

 

Officer Carkner comes to Guilderland as a lateral transfer from the Albany Police. Officer Davis, also a later transfer, comes from the Albany County Sheriff's Department.

 

The officers will be assigned to the patrol division following a period of field training. A formal ceremony will be held at a later date.

Ralston Joins GPD

Guilderland Police Department's newest officers, Brandon Carkner and Matthew Davis, were sworn in on November 2, 2020 by Guilderland Town Supervisor Peter Barber.

 

Officer Carkner comes to Guilderland as a lateral transfer from the Albany Police. Officer Davis, also a later transfer, comes from the Albany County Sheriff's Department.

 

The officers will be assigned to the patrol division following a period of field training. A formal ceremony will be held at a later date.

Police Reform and Reinvention Collaborative Committee Formed

The Town of Guilderland is proud to announce the formation of the Town of Guilderland Police Reform and Reinvention Collaborative Committee. The Committee is formed in response to Governor Andrew Cuomo’s Executive Order 203 which requires the Town to prepare a plan to address racial bias and disproportionate policing of communities of color. The Order requires that the Town Supervisor, Chief of Police, and appointed stakeholders shall convene to prepare the plan by considering directives in the Order and expounded upon in the Governor’s Resources & Guide for Public Officials and Citizens (August, 2020).

The committee’s work will be supported by The Government Law Center at Albany Law School. Under the direction of Professor Ava Ayers, The Government Law Center has provided invaluable legal research and analysis on pressing important topics. The committee plans to hold its inaugural meeting in the first week of September, and there will be opportunities for public comment and involvement as the committee proceeds with its important work.

The Town of Guilderland set up a Police Reform and Reinvention Committee webpage on the town website.

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Guilderland Police Now On Nextdoor

Chief Dan McNally is pleased to announce that the Guilderland Police Department will be now be utilizing Nextdoor to help make our neighborhoods stronger and safer. The Guilderland Police Department plans to share important news and emergency notifications that are relevant to local neighborhoods on the social network. The department is not able to see any of the content on your neighborhood except for the direct replies to our posts. This ensures your Nextdoor experience remains private. The Guilderland Police look forward to communicating with you on Next-door to make Guilderland an even better place to live. Visit us over at Nextdoor.

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