City Residents Invited To Discuss Police Reform Plan

By: Zachary Meseck

City residents invited to discuss police reform plan

NORWICH – City of Norwich officials are seeking feedback on the Norwich Police Department’s reform plan created by the Community Advisory Board (CAB) formed by New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo’s mandates.

According to City of Norwich Director of Human Resources Lynn Murray, the meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. on March 16, and residents will have an opportunity to discuss the Community Advisory Board’s plan before the April 1 submission deadline.

“Our first meeting was on September 30, and we met weekly from then on in order to get a plan created before the state deadline,” said Murray. “It’s a 12 page document that can be found on the City of Norwich’s website, under the community advisory board section.”

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“Anyone who cannot attend the meeting can email with their name and address along with any feedback they’d like to give on the police reform plan.”

Murray said it was a difficult effort but the CAB members put the time into ensuring it was a plan that would change the police department for the better.


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