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The Albany Police Benevolent Association is accepting applications for the next academic year. Applications will be accepted from Greater Albany Public Schools (or qualified Albany home study) graduating seniors. Recipients will receive a $1,000 one-time award sent directly to their chosen 2-year or 4-year accredited college or accredited university program.
Please deliver complete packet to the Albany Police Department at 2600 Pacific Boulevard SW, Albany, Oregon or mail to:
Albany Police Benevolent Association
PO Box 125
Albany, OR 97321
On July 8, 2009, the City Council adopted Ordinance 5718, amending Albany Municipal Code 6.04.015(2), allowing for exceptions to the limit of two adult dogs permitted on any property within the Albany city limits. The ordinance allows for any person, family, or business to keep more than two (2) adult dogs, but not more than four (4) dogs, if all of the criteria in the ordinance are met. The full text of Albany Municipal Code 6.04.010 and 6.04.015(2) is below.
Any person, family, or business wishing to keep more than two (2) dogs, but not more than four (4) dogs, at one address.
The Albany Police Department will run a background check on all applicants over the age of 18. Once you have been approved to receive your exception permit, you will be mailed or emailed your approved permit.
Once you have your exception permit, you must have it available should an officer come to your property for a call of any kind. Failure to have your exception permit available upon request may result in a citation. If you lose your permit, you can obtain a printed copy from the police department. Standard copy charges will apply.
A victim impact statement (VIS) is the vehicle through which a victim of crime is given the opportunity to be heard before the sentence is imposed. This right to be heard gives the victim an opportunity to express how this crime has affected them emotionally, monetarily, physically or psychologically and provides a way to offer thoughts, suggestions and recommendations on a defendant’s sentence. The statement can be made in writing and/or given orally and can be presented personally by the victim, victims’ next of kin or through an attorney.
When a defendant is charged with a crime, and you choose to explain to the Court your experiences, you may do so in a variety of ways. Fully explaining to the Court your experiences is very important. By doing so you are giving the Court the opportunity to consider the impact of the crime on you and others.
Restitution is the money the Court may order a defendant to pay a victim for certain losses, including stolen or damaged property, medical bills, counseling or lost wages. Restitution is only considered for losses directly related to the charge(s) against the defendant(s).