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An update on the Rochester Police Accountability Board

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Locust Club President Mike Mazzeo joins CITY news editor Jeremy Moule and reporter Gino Fanelli to discuss police accountability.

The Rochester Police Accountability Board is gearing up to begin taking complaints on June 20. As the Board readies to start this work, it is also mired in personnel issues, which have led to the suspension of its executive director.

Members of the Police Accountability Board were scheduled to speak, but cancelled.

CITY Magazine reporter Gino Fanelli took calls from the public, and then spoke with Michael Mazzeo, president of the Rochester Police Locust Club, about police accountability.

Gino Fanelli covers City Hall for CITY and WXXI News. He came to CITY as a reporter in 2019 by way of the Rochester Business Journal, and formerly served as a watchdog reporter for Gannett in Maryland and a stringer for the Associated Press.