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Schenectady mayor said to favor Kilcullen as chief

City native has spent career in police department

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Schenectady will have a new police chief on Monday. City Council members said the mayor is “strongly leaning toward” Brian Kilcullen, an assistant chief in the department. Kilcullen, 48, has spent his entire career at the Schenectady Police Department. He was hired in 1994 and became the oldest recruit at the police academy — he turned 30 just days after he was hired. That’s ancient at an academy filled with 20-year-olds, he recalled with a ...


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wmarincic
January 5, 2013
7:24 a.m.

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Brian is a great choice, he is a good. OK Ms. Moore, it's early, maybe you can post another dozen stories about the police today. I heard a cop curse once, that could be the lead story tomorrow.

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