APD Forward Press Conference Following DOJ Announcement
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ALBUQUERQUE, NM—Today, the APD Forward coalition will hold a press conference at Civic Plaza at 3:00 PM following the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) announcement at 1:30. Representatives from APD Forward will respond to the anticipated announcement that the DOJ and the City of Albuquerque have reached a settlement regarding a consent decree, the court-enforceable agreement that will regulate the Albuquerque Police Department’s reform process in the upcoming years.
WHAT: APD Forward Response to DOJ Announcement
WHEN: Friday, October 31, 2014 – 3:00 PM
WHERE: Civic Plaza stage area, Albuquerque, NM
- Albuquerque Health Care for the Homeless
- American Civil Liberties Union of New Mexico
- Common Cause New Mexico
- Disability Rights New Mexico
- El Centro de Igualdad y Derechos
- Episcopal Diocese of the Rio Grande
- Equality New Mexico
- La Mesa Presbyterian Church
- League of Women Voters of Central New Mexico
- National Association of Social Workers – New Mexico Chapter
- Native American Voters Alliance
- New Mexico Conference of Churches
- New Mexico Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
- Street Safe New Mexico
- Strong Families New Mexico
- Transgender Resource Center of New Mexico
- YWCA of New Mexico
- Fabrizio Bertoletti – former Police Oversight Task Force member
- Kenneth Ellis II – father of Kenneth Ellis III
- Michael Gomez – father of Alan Gomez
- Stephen Torres – father of Christopher Torres
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