The second phase of Rochester's zero tolerance is expected to be unveiled to the public next week and it looks as though it will mean more jobs and less overtime. Mayor Bob Duffy tells News 8 that police Chief David Moore will meet with the head of the police officers union, Ron Evangelista, next week to iron out the details of phase two. Part of the deal will be cutting back on daily overtime costs and putting that money into Zero Tolerance.
"What we have to do as a community is stop this absolute terrible loss of life that we've had. I think it impacts us economically, it impacts us socially, I think we can do it," says Duffy.
Duffy says the plan does include adding more staff to keep Zero Tolerance running. A full announcement on zero tolerance is expected on Monday or Tuesday next week.