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|Atlanta Police LGBT Advisory Board meets Monday|
|Written by Ryan Watkins|
|Tuesday, 04 January 2011 12:00|
The Atlanta Police Department LGBT Advisory Board will hold its next meeting on Jan. 10 at Atlanta City Hall’s City Council Committee Room 2 at 7 p.m.
Among the items on the agenda for the meeting include a review of the federal lawsuit settlement between the city and plaintiffs from the Atlanta Eagle stemming from the botched 2009 raid on the bar, an update on the status of the investigation into the shooting death of Black Gay Pride organizer Durand Robinson and an update on the status of DUI and road checks used in the city.
APD’s LGBT Liaison Officers Patricia Powell and Brian Sharp will address the board. Members of the Atlanta Citizen Review Board will also be on-hand to discuss how the ACRB and the LGBT Advisory Board can work together in the future.
As always, the floor will be open to public comments.
Atlanta City Hall
Top photo: Atlanta Police Department LGBT Liaison Officer Patricia Powell (by Dyana Bagby)
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