Photo of the poster promoting the Law Enforcement forum being held on the CSUEB campus on April 13, 2013.

CSUEB to host an East Bay law enforcement forum, April 13

  • April 11, 2013 5:00pm

The Hayward Police Department will host a Law Enforcement Forum on Saturday, April 13th, in the Cal State East Bay Theatre. Cheryl Hurd, reporter from NBC Bay Area and a CSUEB alumna, will moderate the event. This year’s theme is “Building Bridges – Police and Community.”

Featured speakers include San Francisco Police Chief Greg Suhr, Bishop Jerry Macklin from Hayward’s Glad Tidings Church of Christ and Terrill Swift whose wrongful conviction was overturned due to work by the Innocence Project.

Hayward Police Chief - and CSUEB grad - Diane Urban ’85, together with the CSUEB Public Safety Department, Oakland Police Department, Union City Police Department, Alameda County Department of Corrections, and BART Police will sponsor this free community event from 9am to 5pm in the CSUEB University Theatre located at 25800 Carlos Bee Blvd., Hayward. View campus map.

For more information, view the event flyer on the CSUEB Criminal Justice Facebook page.


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