Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Greater Kansas City Emergency Collabo

Here's an argument for greater cooperation that makes sense but doesn't address the fact that authorities can be very territorial and it's usually law enforcement agencies and not citizenry that has a problem with power sharing and collaboration . . . In major emergencies, police say, state line shouldn't be a barrier

10 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Will the Canadians help?

Anonymous said...

In any emergency the first responders will be arguing for days about protocol, who has responsibility and whether its too dangerous to respond. New Orleans shows how bureaucratic and lacking in common sense these people can be.

Anonymous said...

In a emergency, a cop would be the last person I would call.

Fat bastards to busy eating donuts or trying to strong arm a woman after a bogus lane change stop.

Or, better yet, shooting a unarmed fireman running down a alley, unarmed.

Anonymous said...

You paused the Xbox down at the station to write that nonsense?

Go hang some ribbons, fuckwit.

Anonymous said...

First thing that will happen is a misdemeanour car chase across two states. You can bet on it.

Anonymous said...

There are state borders for a reason. I don't want to see liability to tax payers stretched halfway across the midwest and I don't want to see the beginnings of a national police force.

With all the technology doing things the old fashioned way and extraditing is just fine. If a few jaywalkers get away so be it.

Anonymous said...

Are these some of the same Missouri legislators who are now screaming for us not to militarize the police. I guess giving some local yokel arrest and other police powers all over the country is just fine though huh?

Anonymous said...

When there was an active shooter at the Ward Parkway Mall it was an issue.

Anonymous said...

Not a KCFD firefighter one should point any fingers at any other public servant blaming them for acting in a non professional way till they admit they are to blame for the death of Megan Cramer.

Mr. Bandit from the Trans Am said...

"What is a Texas County Mountie doing in JOCO?"