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A national activist group called The Arc of Justice convened in Rochester on Tuesday and demanded that the Rochester Police Department be investigated and watched by a federal civil rights monitor due to frequent allegations of excessive force. In the last month, two women have been pepper sprayed and a man brandishing a knife was […]

New York State Attorney General Leticia James announce Tuesday evening the Rochester police officers involved with the death of Daniel Prude will face no criminal charges. The announcement came after grand jury decided not to indict the police officers. Daniel Prude death was ruled a homicide the Medical Examiner last year. The Department Of Justice […]

In response to the Rochester Police officers who pepper sprayed a handcuffed nine year old girl, state legislatures are putting together a bill that would make it illegal to use chemical agents on minors by police officers. State Sen. Samra Brouk (D-55) and Assemblymember Demond Meeks (D-137) are taking point and say that the bill […]

A grand jury is now investigating whether or not Rochester police officers played a role in the homicide of Daniel Prude. One of the attorneys representing the officers, Matthew Rich gave a statement that said: “We understand that the grand jury process is underway and we have been in touch with the assistant attorneys general […]

A 90 day fact-finding operation is in the works, as Rochester Police Chief Herriott-Sullivan tries to find out whats working and what isn’t in local law enforcement. She has said that the mission will be mainly focused on: “Community issues, concerns, and priorities also need to be identified and assessed.” “You’ve got a number of […]

There will be a press conference Thursday morning with the attorneys for the seven officers suspended by Mayor Lovely Warren. The seven officers were suspended because they were involved in the death of Mr. Prude on March 23. In a statement released Wednesday, the attorneys said they would be “releasing and discussing materials relevant to […]

Saturday morning, former lieutenant with the Rochester Police Department, Cynthia Herriott-Sullivan was named interim Police Chief. With this decree, she has become the first woman to lead the RPD. She starts on October 14th and the nationwide search for a permanent police chief will start on June 21st, 2021, after the Democratic Primary. Herriott-Sullivan commented […]

Rochester Police are looking for help in identifying a person who attacked a Dunkin Donuts employee. The attack happened at the Dunkin Donuts on Monroe Avenue. Police released a video of the incident to help find the person attacking the victim. The incident happened on September 2nd at 12:45 p.m. Police reported the employee suffered […]

It was a busy day in the City of Rochester. Mayor Lovely Warren announced Monday would be RPD Cheif La’Ron Singletary’s last day. She also announced the suspension of the City Corporation Counsel Tim Curtain and Justin Roj the Communications Director. Both suspended without pay for 30 days for failure to act, inform, and follow […]

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September 14, 2020

A 22 year old South Carolina man was arrested in connection with forcible touching of women in the Park Ave area earlier this year. Police identified the suspect as Jalen Carr of Myrtle Beach. Carr was arrested on September 8th in South Carolina and charged with forcible touching and was only issued an appearance ticket. […]

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