Rochester, NY – Since the death of George Floyd, there have been numerous protests in Rochester, during some of which the police have been accused of inciting violence. Public opinion of cops is at an all-time low, but the RPD is hoping to change that by holding a “meet and beat” next Saturday.
“It’s going to be a blast,” said officer Ted McGilny, gripping a baton in one hand, and tapping it into the other. “We’re going to show people despite all the turmoil, that together, we can still beat the **** out of crime, hence the name “meet and beat.”” McGilny has one of the best reputations on the force, with only one kill to his name, and he’s quick to tell people “that guy was taking forever to grab his ID.”
You can rub elbows with McGilny, and many more of Rochester’s finest, next Saturday, at 3:00. Liberty Pole. Be there.