Police departments in Seneca County are holding three forums to discuss police reform with community members. Topics include community policing, use of force, and de-escalation.and offer an opportunity for local law enforcement to collaborate with community members to make real change happen.
This video is a replay of the first forum held on Monday evening, September 21 at 6 pm at the Ovid Fire Department. The next two forums are at the Seneca Falls Community Center and the Waterloo Fire Department on September 23 and 24, respectively.
Taking more than three decades of experience with him, Ontario County Sheriff Candidate Kevin Henderson wants residents to know that he cares about the community and its future.
Sitting down with Josh Durso on Inside the FLX, Henderson talked about his career, the things he learned, the processes that he’d like to see implemented if elected sheriff – and what the future of policing looks like in 2018.
Listen to the entire conversation below, and be sure to stay tuned in the coming weeks as the rest of the candidates come to the FingerLakes1.com Studio.
On this edition of the Debrief Podcast Jackie Augustine and Josh Durso discussed a wide-range of headlines that have hit residents over the last two weeks.
Geneva City Manager Matt Horn’s abrupt resignation from his leadership post, the waiving of a residency requirement in Geneva for the police chief, a controversial incinerator project in Romulus, as well as safety on college campuses. The duo also tackles a controversial federal funding opportunity that a Canandaigua restaurant qualified for after a fire ravaged their facility this summer.
On episode #86 of the Inside the FLX podcast Josh Durso was joined by Jason Godley, Waterloo Police Chief, who was in-studio to talk about his new gig, the law enforcement community, and the state of policing overall. He succeeded longtime Waterloo Police Chief Doyle Marquart, who served the community in that capacity for 38 years.
Watch the interview below or listen to the audio-only version beneath the video player.
Wayne County Sheriff Barry Virts spends a half-hour inside the FingerLakes1.com Studios to talk about the challenges facing law enforcement officials in Wayne County, the importance of marine patrols to our region, how his office has handled local Village dissolution processes and some of his best practices learned over a 40-year law enforcement career.