“The body worn cameras will be a valuable tool to make our streets safer, and help the Rochester Police Department strengthen the level of trust between our officers, and the people they serve,” Mayor Lovely Warren stated. “As such, it is important that the community has an opportunity to help us determine the policies and procedures that will govern their use in the field. I am looking forward to hearing what citizens will tell us about this important program.”
The city will hold the following community input sessions from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in each patrol section:
- Thursday, Nov. 12 – City Hall, City Council Chambers, 30 Church St. (Central Section);
- Monday, Nov. 16 – Thomas P. Ryan R-Center, 530 Webster Ave. (Goodman Section);
- Monday, Nov. 23 –Edgerton R-Center, 41 Backus St. (Lake Section);
- Monday, Nov. 30 – Danforth Community Center and Auditorium, 200 West Ave. (Genesee Section);
- and, Thursday, Dec. 3 – David F. Gantt R- Center, 700 North St. (Clinton Section).