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On Sunday, a demonstration led by an activist group called Save Rochester – Black Lives Matter organized a shutdown of a section of I-490 to protest against police brutality and inequalities for communities of color. The rally began at Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Park and proceeded to march down East Broadway Street and then […]

It’s been a hot summer in Rochester NY this year between the Coronavirus and violence. Mayor Lovely Warren issued an emergency order banning all public Gatherings of five or more people outside and 10 or more inside from 11 p.m. to 5 a.m. This decision comes after weeks of violence occurring in the city of […]

On Tuesday, the City of Rochester made a statement saying that it plans to follow in the footsteps of cities like Utica and New York by making the disciplinary records of the Rochester Police Department public via an online database by the end of the year. Last month, the New York State Civil Service Law […]

On Sunday, July 5th the Frederick Douglas statue that was on display at the Maplewood Rose Garden was torn down and vandalized. Officers from the Rochester Police Department reported they found the statue and its pedestal damaged and removed from their base. The statue was found about 50 feet from its pedestal, leaning on the […]

Police Chiefs from Rochester, Irondequoit, Brighton, Gates and Greece have been holding meetings with community members for the past couple of nights to connect with the community and open a dialogue about law enforcement and how it effects the citizens of Rochester. Topics included community policing, excessive force, current events, policy and procedures. Rochester Police […]

The results are in from the Rochester City Council vote on its budget from Tuesday night and it has been approved. There was one member who voted against – Mary Lupien. She chose her stance because she doesn’t think that the budget defunds the police department enough. The budget fully finances the Police Accountability Board, […]

Many communities in Rochester have cancelled their July 4th fireworks celebration this year due to COVID-19, but that hasn’t stopped individuals in the city and outlying areas from setting off fireworks. The explosions can be heard every night and residents have been complaining. In a press conference on Wednesday afternoon, Police Chief La’Ron Singleterry said […]

As the senate passes legislature encouraging police reform, Rochester Police Chief La’ron Singletary says he’s committed to seeing it through. “I think we have extended an olive branch to individuals, not just when they call 911, but when there is nothing going on,” said Singletary. He has said that he is in favor for repealing […]

If you live in the 19th Ward of Rochester and you’ve been a victim of theft from your property – you might wanna check in with the Rochester police department. RPD made an arrest of 2 people responsible for at least 20 burglaries in that area. Reports are saying police were called to Chili Avenue early […]

I was on Facebook yesterday and came across this post from Fab De La Hoya thanks for sharing the positive message!

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