The campus reviewed the allegations and took "certain disciplinary actions," SUNY's top auditor told the state inspector general's office.
The Alt spoke to Mary Pat Donnelly, a former East Greenbush town justice, on Friday in a wide-ranging interview.
In an interview last week, Brendan Cox talked about criminal justice reforms and his separate work for LEAD, which he helped bring to Albany.
Dominick Calsolaro takes a look at a 2017 study from the Center for Popular Democracy on policing.
Alex Vitale, author of 'The End of Policing,' visited Troy last week.
The state Division of Criminal Justice Services has entered into three contracts with the Force Science Institute since early 2016.
A new study raises questions as to body-worn camera programs' value. But police in Albany and Troy may soon follow Spa City's lead in adopting them.