Monday, July 18, 2016

Kansas City Police Chief Reassures Family And Friends Of Police Department



As Kansas City residents offer signs of support for the police in local neighborhoods . . . Here's kind of an interdepartmental message from the KCPD Cheif . . .

To our family and friends

"Few people in the country right now are as worried when their loved ones go to work as the families of those who work in law enforcement. With the continued violence against police in our country, their spouses, children, parents, siblings and friends are experiencing anxiety and fear.

I want these loved ones to know that you are on my heart. I care about everyone in this city, and when you hurt, I hurt. The emotions you are experiencing are not to be taken lightly. We have not forgotten about our department members’ loved ones. In fact, you are so important that we know your family members can’t do their jobs without you. It’s important that they come to work each day knowing that someone cares about them and their well-being. It makes the rest of what our department members must face on their shifts much easier . . ."

Read the whole thing here . . .

Developing . . .

6 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Send lawyers guns and money the shit had hut the fan.

Anonymous said...

They don't have to be police officers. They weren't drafted. They can get real jobs, though probably not. What do you do with ex-soldiers who aren't tired of killing people, yet?


Anonymous said...

The chief did a good job in this post.

Anonymous said...

Problem is the highways are already named after dead and retired cops. Some union chief isn't going to give up his placard in history for a bunch of dead cops?

Anonymous said...

What highways are named after cops?

Anonymous said...

To our family and friends ..... your fucked.