Join your host Harold Weber on the newest episode of Weber This Week where he is joined by Chief of Police Stu Peenstra and Lieutenant Tim Snyder of the Seneca Falls Police Department to discuss the latest things going on with SFPD, the public image of law enforcement officers and two people who recently had their lives saved by SFPD officers.
Town of Seneca Falls Chief of Police Stu Peenstra and Lieutenant Tim Snyder are in-studio to talk about the latest happenings in their department and the impact of del Lago Resort & Casino on crime in Seneca Falls among a variety of other topics.
Jim Sinicropi sits in for Harold Weber this week and welcomes Town of Seneca Falls Chief of Police Stu Peenstra in-studio to talk Super Bowl and issues facing his department including the Seneca Meadows lawsuit that hit the news this weekend, del Lago Casino, and how his team handled the influx of protesters to Seneca Falls during last month’s Women’s March.
The Town of Seneca Falls Chief of Police Stu Peenstra was in-studio on Wednesday afternoon to talk about the challenges facing his department, the importance of a school resource officer, and some of the accomplishments he is most proud of since taking over the force.
Tera Erway sits in for Jessica Lahr with a preview of your Fourth of July Weekend in the Finger Lakes, this week’s top clicks on FingerLakes1.com and Senator Chuck Schumer’s full press conference in Seneca Falls on Wednesday afternoon where he discussed why a New York woman should be chosen for the new $10 bill which will go into circulation in 2020.
Town of Seneca Falls Police Chief Stuart Peenstra is in-studio to talk about their new school resource officer, the manhunt for two escaped murderers in northern New York State, and everything happening in his department.