The Daily Hustle: 12/6/10

Meet Police Monitor candidates tomorrow

Meet the police monitor candidates
Meet the police monitor candidates (Photo courtesy Flickr user Andy on Flickr [CC])

Finalists for Police Monitor have been narrowed from the original six to four. And tomorrow, the public can meet them before City Manager Marc Ott's anticipated selection this month.

More deets below the fold.

Below, biographical details for the four candidates, as released by the city: 

Cristina Beamud -- Executive Director, City of Atlanta Citizen Review Board

Beamud started her career as a Police Officer in the Rochester, N.Y., Police Department. She left law enforcement to attend law school. Beamud has served as a prosecutor, supervised community courts and served as Legal Advisor for the Cambridge, Mass., Police Department. She established the Police Auditor’s Office for the City of Eugene, Ore. Beamud earned her law degree from Northeastern University School of Law in Boston. 

Ann del Llano -- Family law attorney/owner of Capitol City Solutions

Del Llano recently founded Capitol City Solutions, a lobbying and campaign services firm. She has worked with the American Civil Liberties Union of Texas and the ACLU Drug Law Reform Project, specializing in the Texas criminal justice system and the state budget. She has contributed to several successful efforts to pass state and local legislation and budget priorities, as well as a variety of educational campaigns. Del Llano has a Doctor of Jurisprudence from the University of California, Hastings College of Law, San Francisco. 

Margo Frasier – Senior Associate of MGT of America

MGT of America is a national management research and consulting firm in the fields of criminal justice/public safety, education and state/local government. Frasier was Travis County’s first female sheriff, serving two four-year terms from 1997 to 2005. After leaving the Sheriff's Office, Frasier moved to Huntsville and served as a professor of criminal justice at Sam Houston State. Frasier earned a Doctor of Jurisprudence from the Florida State University College of Law in Tallahassee, Fla. 

Renita Sanders -- Assistant Police Monitor, City of Austin

As Assistant Police Monitor, Sanders monitors investigations and critical incidents including officer-involved shootings. Sanders has a background in government administration with extensive experience in human resource management. She is also a certified Public Manager. Sanders earned her law degree from Concord Law School in Los Angeles.

The meet and greet is going down tomorrow, Tuesday, Dec. 7 at the Millennium Youth Entertainment Complex, 1156 Hargrave, from 3-7pm.

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