Police Reform

Welcome to the City’s Police Reform Plan Stakeholder Information Page!

Through Governor Cuomo’s Executive Order No. 203, the Governor has charged local municipalities’ Chief Executive Officer and Chief of Police to present an action plan by April 1, 2021 to their governing body after a comprehensive review of current police force deployments, strategies, policies, procedures and practices, along with input from stakeholders.

Throughout the process, we will send out requests for feedback on policies and initiatives under consideration.

Revised Review Item #1 for 9/23/20 Public Hearing: Proposed Local Law for Police Accountability Board

The Public Hearing concerning the adoption of Local Law #1-2020 will held on September 23, 2020 at 5:30 PM via Zoom call.  Anyone wishing to be heard concerning the amendment of the Geneva City Charter to create a Police Accountability Board may request to be heard that night by zoom comment, or may send comments in writing or by email to the City Clerk, Lori Guinan, at ljg@geneva.ny.us. Said requests to be heard by zoom or written or email comments must be received by her no later than twelve o’clock noon on September 23, 2020. There will be a three (3) minute limit on comments made by zoom on the night of the Public Hearing.


Proclamation No Place for Hate in the City of Geneva

Resolution 49-2020 Implicit Bias Training for City of Geneva Staff and City Council


Past Proposals Sent Out for Feedback and Community Comments received as of 9/1/2020

Any questions, concerns or ideas for this process, or to schedule time to connect with the City team, please reach out to Erica Collins at ecollins@geneva.ny.us or 315-789-6104.


More information on the consultation process is outlined here: Geneva Police Reform Consultation Plan