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Albany County Sheriff May 2014 Newsletter

Albany County Sheriff May 2014 Newsletter

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Published by: Albany County Sheriff's Office on May 28, 2014
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 ALBANY COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE
 
MAY 2014
 
PAGE 1
 
Community Liaison
 Doing more than Serving and Protecting 
 The Albany County Sheri
’s O
#
ce has a strong desire to go the extra steps to build a better relationship with the community. Creating a strong bond will help identify and resolve community problems and increase the quality of life.
 PROMOTING HEALTY CHOICES
!
 BETHLEHEM YMCA HEALTHY KIDS DA
For the third consecutive year, the Albany County Sheri
’s O
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ce and Operation Safe Child participated in the Bethlehem YMCA Healthy Kid’s Day. Parent’s were able to have their child’s information entered into the Amber Alert data base if ever there was an incident where their child was lost or missing. Child identification cards were provided which include a photo, fingerprint, and basic descriptors. A Sheri
’s car was also made available for children
and adults!
 %
 to get inside and see what the inside of a “real police car” looks like.
 
 ALBANY COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE
 
MAY 2014
 
PAGE 2
CAPITAL REGION CONSTRUCTION CAREER DAY
!
 SCOTIA NAVAL BASE
 The Albany County Sheri
’s O
#
ce attended the 13th Annual Capital Region Construction Career Day held in Scotia 
&
Glenville at the Naval Operational Support Center. High school juniors and seniors from all over the Capital Region attended this two day event that not only informs them on Field Careers, but also allows them to have fun  with a little hands
&
on. Large machinery and equipment were available for the students to operate.  The Sheri
’s display included a fully marked police unit and the MRAP. Deputy Tracy Mance and Deputy Denis Kelly were there to provide the students with information for a career in law enforcement and assisted students in “arresting” fellow classmates using basic hand
&
cu
 techniques. Sherree Seabast from the STOP DWI Unit was also on board with pamphlets on teen drug and alcohol use and the famous “Fatal Vision” goggles. These allow students to safely get an idea of  what it looks and feels like with the blood alcohol content over the legal limit.
 BLUE FRIDAY OF NEW YORK 
 Above:
 Students attending Career Day get a  hands
!
on feel for what a Law Enforcemen
"
 career would be lik
.
 
“BLUE” LINE
!
UP
 April 25th, 2014 marked the 10th Annual Blue Friday to honor sacrifices that police o
#
cers have made. Blue Friday of New York teamed with WGNA and Hannaford to host the event in the Hannaford Parking lot on Wolf Road in Colonie. Blue Friday of New York o
ers various items for sale to raise money for families of fallen o
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cers.

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