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Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Press Release:Presentation by Chief O'Leary

Residents Invited to Presentation/Discussion by Police Chief O’Leary
Dr. Ed Wang, chair of the Brookline Human Relations-Youth Resources Commission, invites the community to hear about and discuss crime and police/community relations in Brookline with our Police Chief Daniel O’Leary. The program, sponsored by the Human Relations-Youth Resources Commission in cooperation with the Brookline Police Department, will take place on Wednesday, September 21, 2011 from 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. at the Brookline Public Library, Hunneman Hall (2nd floor), 361 Washington Street.
Topics to be covered by Chief O’Leary are:
Police department data on traffic stops including statistics on race and gender
Police officer education and training to prevent profiling
Crime in Brookline
Recent neighborhood concerns
Concerns about cameras on the public way
The operation of the town’s emergency management program with regard to natural and man‐made situations
Chief O’Leary will also respond to questions from the audience.
This program is one of a series of joint Commission/Police Department efforts at promoting positive police/community relations and maintaining transparency with regard to policing in our town.
The Human Relations-Youth Resources Commission is Brookline’s agency working in the areas of inter-group relations, civil rights, and youth advocacy.
For more information contact Stephen Bressler at 617-730-2330 (617-730-2327 TTY only) or by email at

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