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September 13, 2004

Albany-- The Albany City Manager says she'll finish her review Police hiring practices next week.

After several officers were arrested, Janice Allen Jackson appointed a three person panel to investigate suspected violations of hiring practices in the Police Department. They turned their findings over to Jackson last week.

Jackson will look into two other officers arrested or suspended since the panel's report was turned in. "In fact, one of the task force staff is also to read the files related to those officers hiring as well to see if there were any irregularities," said Jackson.

Jackson said she will make public her findings and recommendations by September 20th.


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