Frank Liberti and Cheryl Hayward on Connections: with Evan Dawson
Focusing on police accountability in Rochester
Frank Liberti and Cheryl Hayward from the Center for Dispute Settlement sat down with Evan Dawson, focusing on police accountability in Rochester. The CDS currently evaluates cases that stem from civilian complaints. A recent report from local activists alleges that the system is broken, and that civilian complaints are almost never sustained. CDS disagrees; however, CDS has made its own recommendations for how to improve the system. Our guests explain:
- Frank Liberti, president and CEO of the Center for Dispute Settlement
- Cheryl Hayward, director of the Police and Community Relations Program at the Center for Dispute Settlement
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