FLACRA to Support the Community and the Ontario County Police in Reform and Reinvention Collaborative
Police Reform and Reinvention Directive Survey
A series of four public forums to gather input from residents about important topics about the Ontario County Sheriff’s Department operations and community relations has been scheduled by Sheriff Kevin Henderson.
The sessions, coordinated by the Ontario County Police Reform and Reinvention Collaborative, will combine in-person and virtual participation to gather opinions and perceptions. Topics to be addressed include policing issues that have come under discussion nationwide, such as diversity, body-worn cameras, mental health arrests, and more. The Collaborative is comprised of the Sheriff, representatives from the Board of Supervisors, several County Departments, Finger Lakes Community College, School Superintendents, FLACRA, The Partnership for Ontario County, Family Counseling Services of the Finger Lakes, and the Faith Community.
An online survey is available. The survey is anonymous and seeks input on the same topics that will be discussed at the public meetings.
“The Sheriff’s Department has a long tradition of community collaboration, and this series of forums and the on-line survey represent new platforms for feedback and idea-sharing,” said Sheriff Henderson. “We look forward to hearing directly from those we serve.”
Click here to submit survey online or the links below to download. If you choose to submit the printable version, please bring form to FLACRA Administration and place in the dropbox.
Police Reform and Reinvention Directive Public Forum
Community Forum Dates & Survey Access
Due to COVID-19 pandemic restrictions, there will be a 50-person limit for the in-person sessions, and masks are required. Citizens can also participate online via WebEx link.
Wednesday, October 28
Phelps Community Center Meeting Room
8 Banta Street, Phelps
Thursday, October 29
Bloomfield High School
1 Oakmont Ave., Bloomfield
Friday, October 30
Stage 14, Finger Lakes Community College
3325 Marvin Sands Drive, Canandaigua
Thursday, November 5
WebEx log in Information for the community meetings is available online at:
The community survey is available online at:<https://www.co.ontario.ny.us/FormCenter/Sheriff-5/Police-Reform-and-Reimagination-Directiv-155>
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