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Rochester unveils preliminary policing plan

Although the cost of a Rochester Police Department reorganization plan is at least a month away — and its implementation even further off — proponents of a five-section patrol model believe putting more officers into neighborhood patrol beats will pay ...

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RPD’s future meets the past

The Rochester Police Department under Chief Michael L. Ciminelli could be a bit like “back to the future” when it comes to policing. Ciminelli, who took over as interim chief Jan. 1 and was named by Mayor Lovely A. Warren ...

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City police reorganization plan underway

Mayor Lovely A. Warren and Interim Police Chief Michael Ciminelli say a proposal to expand the Rochester Police Department’s patrol divisions to at least four divisions is nearly complete and should be ready for implementation in the next fiscal year, ...

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City seeking solutions to violence

Mayor Thomas S. Richards and Police Chief James M. Sheppard will host a series of “Voice of the Citizen: Seeking Solutions to Violence” community forums in the next three months. The meeting will give residents an opportunity to play an ...

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Students wrap up summer of law

The Rochester Police Department and Rochester Education Foundation joined forces this summer to give 21 teenagers an activity-packed summer as participants in an experiential learning program in law enforcement and criminal justice. The World of Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice, ...

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Commission to review Police civilian board

A commission is being set up to examine the Police Civilian Review Board. Its formation was announced Monday by City Councilman Adam McFadden, chair of the City Council Public Safety, Youth and Recreation Committee, and Rochester Police Chief James Sheppard, who will co-chair the commission.

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