Ulster County Sheriff and DA Request Input on School SafetyJan 7th, 2013 | By HV Insider | Category: Lead Article
Ulster County Sheriff Paul VanBlarcum and District Attorney Holley Carnright Request Citizens’ Input on School Safety.
In light of recent widespread concern surrounding school safety, Sheriff Paul VanBlarcum and District Attorney Holley Carnright are seeking written comment from the public. They invite citizens to express their concerns, either by email to or by letter mailed to the Ulster County Sheriff’s Office, Attention : School Safety Concerns , 380 Boulevard, Kingston, NY 12401.
Local law enforcement administrators have appeared at area school public forums and have communicated with all Ulster County school superintendents to listen to concerns and answer questions posed.
The Ulster County Sheriff’s Office and District Attorney’s Office are coordinating with the New York State Police, local municipal police departments, and the Ulster County Police Chiefs’ Association to address school safety on a countywide level, in partnership with all area school superintendents.
The Ulster County Police Chiefs’ Association has formed a committee to undertake this effort. Chairing the committee is Undersheriff Frank Faluotico, also serving on the committee are Ulster County District Attorney Holley Carnright, Capt. Robert Nuzzo of the New York State Police, City of Kingston Chief Egidio Tinti, Town of Shawangunk Chief Frank Petrone, Town of New Paltz Chief Joseph Snyder and Town of Saugerties Chief Joseph Sinagra. The committee will review written comments received by the Sheriff in the next 3 weeks.