WNY News Now Stock Image.MAYVILLE – Chautauqua County’s Sheriff is asking for the public’s input on his police reform plan.Sheriff Jim Quattrone is leading an effort with other local law enforcement agencies part of Governor Andrew Cuomo’s order that local governments must develop police reform plans following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis back in May.The New York State Police Reform and Reinvention Collaborative asks all local police agencies to actively engage with stakeholders in the local community and have locally-approved plans for the strategies, policies and procedures of local police agencies.The deadline for communities to submit their police reform plans to the state is April 1 of next year. To be in compliance with the order each government entity which has a police agency operating with police officers must perform a comprehensive review of:Current police force deploymentsStrategiesPoliciesProcedures and practiceDevelop a plan to improve such deployments, strategies, policies, procedures and practices addressing the particular needs of the communities served by such police agency.Promote community engagement to foster trust, fairness, and legitimacyAddress any racial bias and disproportionate policing of communities of colorThe plan must also consider:Evidence based policing strategiesUse of force policiesProcedural justiceImplicit biased trainingDe-escalation training and practicesLaw enforcement assisted diversion practiceCommunity based outreach and conflict resolutionProblem oriented policingHot spot policingFocused deterrenceCrime prevention through environmental designViolence prevention reduction interventionsPolice Chiefs and their Mayors or Town Supervisors from Jamestown, Dunkirk, Ellicott, Westfield, Fredonia, Carroll, Lakewood-Busti are all involved in the regional approach developing a reform plan.Sheriff Quattrone is now asking the public to fill out an online survey. After that, his department will host various online public comment forums throughout the month of January via Zoom and Facebook Live. He says links to connect to the public comment forums will be posted as the dates approach. Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)
Elsewhere, Bruno Peres bagged a hat-trick as Roma surged to a 6-1 win over already-relegated SPAL.SPAL’s Alberto Cerri wiped out Nikola Kalinic’s 9th minute opener, but Peres’s curler put the Giallorossi in charge of the first half.Roma started the second half with Aleksandar Kolarov’s blockbuster, before Peres completed his hat-trick with strikes in the 51st and 75th minutes.Substitute Nicolo Zaniolo completed the scoring in the dying minutes after a solo run.Parma ended their seven-game winless run by defeating Napoli 2-1, with all three goals coming from the penalty spot.In Wednesday’s other Serie A matches, Lecce condemned Brescia to Serie B next season with a 3-1 victory, Sampdoria suffered a 2-1 home defeat to Genoa, and Torino shared the spoils with Hellas Verona after a 1-1 draw.****XINHUAShare on: WhatsApp inter milan drawsKampala, Uganda | XINHUA | Inter were utterly dominant at the San Siro on Wednesday but were unable to break down a stubborn Fiorentina defense, and the resulting 0-0 draw meant Juventus moved a step closer to their ninth consecutive Scudetto.With Romelu Lukaku back from injury, Inter coach Antonio Conte preferred Alexis Sanchez over Lautaro Martinez to partner the Belgian, while Christian Eriksen returned to the starting line-up.The Nerazzuri used their aggression and tempo to press high from the beginning.Fiorentina risked an own goal just five minutes into the game, before keeper Pietro Terracciano performed a double save to deny Inter.Lukaku almost found the net in the 18th minute, but saw his header smack the woodwork.The home side were then forced to make change as Stefan de Vrij limped off and was replaced by Andrea Ranocchia.Antonio Candreva volleyed in from Ashley Young’s cross straight after the break, but it was correctly flagged offside.Sanchez went closer in the 52nd minute, but his low strike was denied by the upright.The draw dropped Inter to third place with 73 points, with second-placed Atalanta sitting six points behind Juventus who have a game in hand, meaning the Old Lady just need one more win to secure the Serie A title with three matches remaining.