Ed Day, Rockland County Executive
FOR PLANNING PURPOSES
November 9, 2015
Contact: Scott Salotto (845) 638-5645
ROCKLAND COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY ZUGIBE, NAACP TO HOST NOVEMBER 12 FORUM ON POLICE/COMMUNITY RELATIONS
Discussion To Explore Best Community Policing Practices, Law Enforcement Diversity Training, Standards For Law Enforcement Interaction With The Community
NEW CITY, NY -- Rockland County District Attorney Thomas Zugibe, along with Rockland County's NAACP, will host a special forum designed to foster better communication and understanding between local residents and members of law enforcement.
District Attorney Zugibe said, "It is crucial that members of local law enforcement and residents of every community in Rockland County work together to ensure that the lines of communication and understanding remain open. I hope that all residents will work with us to forge a stronger partnership, understanding, mutual respect and trust."
News 12 Anchor Janine Rose
New York State Police Superintendent Joseph D'Amico
Colonel Rick Fuentes, Superintendent, New Jersey State Police
Rockland County Police Officials
The forum is scheduled for Thursday, November 12, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Palisades Center, 1000 Palisades Center Drive, West Nyack, New York. Participants will gather in the Adler Room on the Fourth Floor.
Bus transportation to the forum will be provided from three locations:
- Knights of Columbus
56 W. Broad Street, Haverstraw
- Spring Valley Police Department
200 North Main Street, Spring Valley
- Area of Cooper Drive
*All buses will depart for the Palisades Center at 6:15 p.m. sharp
All residents of Rockland County are invited to take part in this important dialogue.
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