Our Community needs your help! We are all aware of the problems facing our community. Everyone wants to know what can be done to help. Well here's what you can do. We are going to change the face of Halloween. We are setting up sites all around the city to give our children a safe and secure place to trick or treat. We are in need of Volunteers, Candy, DJ's, Face painters. We are asking if you were planning to hand out candy, please bring it to a site in your neighborhood. SPD will be patrolling the sites regularly. I will post the time and the sites. Some of them are schools others are community centers. WE NEED YOUR HELP from donations to manpower. As we all say the CHILDREN are our futures, lets work together to keep them safe. Thank you! IF you have question please feel free to inbox me or call my office @ 475-9712.
David Kennedy, "mastermind," behind Syracuse Truce "praises city’s implementation"
Syracuse Police Chief Frank Fowler recently sat down with CNY's Laura Hand on CNY Central's Weekend Today
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Syracuse Truce continues to make strides and move forward.
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Stop The Violence! The Killing MUST Stop!
Syracuse Post-Standard Op-Ed Supporting Syracuse Truce
Syracuse Truce Call-In Notification Audio
Additional photos from Syracuse Truce Press Conference
Mayor Miner and the Syracuse Police Department announced the Syracuse Truce Project
Syracuse Truce Press Release
Syracuse Mayor Stephanie A. Miner, United States Attorney Richard S. Hartunian, Onondaga County District Attorney William J. Fitzpatrick and Syracuse Police Chief Frank L. Fowler today announced that Syracuse has taken an important step to address the serious violence that has plagued our city: the official launch of S...
Mayor Miner standing Noble Jennings-Bey (Trauma Response Team) to support the message--"The Killing Must Stop!"
Jennings-Bey said, "I want to say to the community, people who may be watching . . . in this instance, silence is consent. We can no longer sit by and be silent about this [gun violence]."