Albion police officer starts working out of school district
Press Release, Albion Police Chief Roland Nenni
ALBION – The Albion Police Department is pleased to announce the recent advancement in the relationship between the Albion Central School District and the Albion Police Department, with the official installment of an on-duty School Resource Officer.
Albion Police Officer Christopher Glogowski was officially appointed to the School Resource Officer position after officials from the Albion Central School District and the Albion Police Department came to an agreement regarding the funding and normal everyday duties for the officer.
Officer Glogowski has been a law enforcement officer for about three years after graduating from the Rural Police Training Academy in 2016, and was appointed to the School Resource Officer position after an interview process involving Albion Police Chief Roland Nenni, School Superintendent Michael Bonnewell as well as other Police Department and School staff.
At any given time, Officer Glogowski will be present in and around all of the Albion Central School campus, Monday through Friday, as well as a number of after school events and activities.
The Albion Police Department looks forward to the growing relationship with students, parents and school staff. The addition of Officer Glogowski is expected to be an expansion of positive police presence in the Albion schools as well as an overall asset to the Albion community.