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Dr. Alice P. Green

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Phone: (518) ***-****  
Email: a***@***.org

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • University at Albany
  • master's degrees , education and social work
  • Ph.D.
    School of Criminal Justice
  • BA degree
  • Ph.D. , Criminal Justice
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This was a surprising response for ..., 19 Nov 2015 [cached]
This was a surprising response for Alice Green with the Center of Law and Justice who has been helping smith and has been in contact with Walmart employees in East Greenbush.
"They certainly didn't indicate that when I talked to them and our attorney talked to them and they said it was Walmart's property, the cans and the bottles, and that amounted to theft," she said.
The Walmart spokesperson says Smith admitted to stealing inside the store in a written statement. Smith says he wrote a statement admitting to taking the cans.
Dr. Alice P. Green, ..., 2 Mar 2015 [cached]
Dr. Alice P. Green, Executive Director
Dr. Alice P. Green, Executive Director
Home > About Us > Dr. Alice P. Green, Executive Director
Dr. Alice Green is the Executive Director of the Center for Law and Justice, a civil rights organization she founded in 1985. She has a doctorate in criminal justice and advanced degrees in education, social work, and criminology. The Center provides community education in civil and criminal justice, legal guidance and advocacy, crisis intervention, and community planning and organizing around criminal justice, civil rights and civil liberties issues of particular concern to poor communities and those of color.
In 1985, Governor Cuomo appointed Dr. Green to membership on the Citizens Policy and Complaint Review Council of the New York State Commission of Corrections. A year later, with Senate approval, he appointed her to the position of Deputy Commissioner of the New York State Division of Probation and Correctional Alternatives. She was put in charge of strategic planning, policy, and information. After leaving state service, she became Legislative Director for the New York Civil Liberties Union where she had served as Director of their Albany Office in 1982.
Alice Green, an adjunct professor at the University at Albany, has also taught at Russell Sage and Siena College. She began her career as a secondary school teacher and social worker. For many years, she directed Trinity Institution, a youth and family services center in Albany's South End. While there, she also did community organizing and founded the South End Scene, one of the longest published Black newspapers in Albany.
Dr. Green writes and lectures on racism and criminal justice and often does commentary and analysis for a number of newspapers and television and radio programs.
An active participant in her community, in 1998 Dr. Green was the Green Party candidate for Lt. Governor and its Albany mayoral candidate in 2005. She is a member of the Client Advisory Board of the New York State Defenders Association, Help Wanted Advisory Panel, WMHT, the Martin Luther King, Jr. and Coretta Scott King Lecture Series Board, Board of Senior Hope and the Advisory Board of the Capital District Chapter of the NYCLU. She is a founder and board member of the African American Cultural Center of the Capital Region. For over 20 years she worked as a prison volunteer.
In recognition for her work, Dr. Green has received numerous awards that include:
Budget Testimony - Alice P. Green
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Dr. Alice P. Green, Executive Director
Alice P. Green, Ph.D., Executive Director
Alice P. Green, Ph.D., Executive Director, The Center for Law and Justice
Budget Testimony - Alice P. Green
Alice Green, a civil rights ..., 1 Oct 2014 [cached]
Alice Green, a civil rights activist who founded the Albany-based Center for Law Justice 30 years ago, said the use of armored vehicles and other military equipment runs counter to the philosophy of community policing, which has been credited with dramatically reducing crime rates in some major urban areas over the past two decades.
"What in the world do we need that for? Green said of the military equipment. Green said that under the philosophy of community policing, law enforcement professionals must build relationships with people in a community. The local police department and the community form an equal partnership to identify problems and solutions, and the police act as part of the community, she said.
One of the jobs of the police is to "make sure problems don't become escalated," Green said. "Introducing this equipment really says they don't have these skills or don't need them," she added. "It's a really negative message.
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Alice Green, the Center for Law and Justice
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