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|Atlanta Police GLBT Advisory Board has place on department’s website|
|Written by Dyana Bagby|
|Thursday, 23 September 2010 16:16|
The Atlanta Police Department’s new GLBT Advisory Board now has a place on the APD’s website. There’s not much on it right now — the nine-member board met for the first time on Monday — but there is a list of email address of all members in case you want to contact them about any concerns.
Glen Paul Freedman is the chair of the board, Terence McPhaul is vice-chair and Ebonee Bradford-Barnes is secretary.
“This site will include our meeting agendas, meeting minutes, advisory group member contact information, by-laws, events and additional information. This is a good step forward towards working together and a first for APD,” said Freedman in an email statement.
Terence McPhaul, executive director of YouthPride, is vice chair and Ebonee Bradford-Barnes is secretary.
While a set of by-laws is currently posted on the website, the board recognized they were outdated and a committee is working on coming up with a new set of by-laws for members to follow.
Check out the GLBT Advisory Board’s site on the web here.
Read about the entire board here.
Watch a video of the members discussing what role it hopes to have in serving the community as an advisory board to the APD below:
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