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.
Announcement: Policing Reform & Reinvention Collective (10/09/2020)
Documents for 11/30/20 City Council Police Accountability Board (PAB) Work Session
Previous Additional PAB Documents and Council Minutes
Final versions of the Body Camera Policy Task Force and Police Budget Advisory Board Adopted on 10/7/2020 will be posted soon.
10/22/20: Chief Passalacqua has been gathering feedback from colleagues across the State on the use of “Continuum of Force” language in policies; reviewing the NYS Dept of Criminal Justice and National policy recommendations; doing a review of the past ten years of use of force incidents from the department (this is both for a Councilor’s request) as well as to quantitatively analyze how force is deployed for the police department. This data will help inform any policy changes. In addition, the Police Reform & Reinvention Collective was presented an overview of G.O. 400 Use of Force Policy by Lt. Valenti on 10/20/20. The Collective will be discussing the policy at an upcoming meeting.
Throughout the process, we will send out requests for feedback on policies and initiatives under consideration.
Past Proposals Sent Out for Feedback and Community Comments received as of 10/2/2020
- Final form of local law 1-2020 designated for 9-23-2020 public hearing
- Review Item #1: Proposed Geneva Local Law 2-2020
- Review Item #2: Draft Police Department Body Camera Policy Task Force By-Laws
- Review Item #3: Draft Police Budget Advisory Board By-Laws
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 email@example.com or 315-789-6104.
More information on the consultation process is outlined here: Geneva Police Reform Consultation Plan