Friday, September 16, 2016

TKC MUST READ!!! KANSAS CITY ABUSE ADVOCATES DECRY ALLEGATIONS OF POLICE INVESTIGATION NEGLIGENCE!!!



The latest development in the ongoing fallout from a Kansas City police controversy . . .

SNAP: Victims respond to damning KC police misconduct

Most important passage . . .

"It’s just heart-breaking that KCPD officers have repeatedly violated the trust of crime victims and enabled criminals to commit more crimes. We desperately hope that these brave victims report again and keep reporting – to police, prosecutors, even federal officials – until they are heard and justice is done. Giving up helps no one.

"No matter what politicians or police officials do or don’t do, we urge every single person who saw, suspected or suffered violent or sexual crimes to continue protecting kids by calling police – and persist, no matter how many delays - and get help by calling therapists, get justice by calling attorneys, and be comforted by calling support groups like ours. This is how kids will be safer, victims will recover, criminals will be prosecuted, cover ups will be deterred and the truth will surface."

Developing . . .

13 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Why is this just now becoming an issue? This issue was made public months ago.

Anonymous said...

KCPD is run by buffoons.
They are the Kings of incompetence.

Anonymous said...

We need to start a Negro Registry so we can at least start to get a handle on the magnitude of the problem.

Perhaps tattooed bar codes on each Negro is a good start.

Mr. Trump can this be the second thing you do?

Anonymous said...

Enough is enough. Time to call out the members of the Police Board by name. They have failed the department and the city. Call their employers, they need to either fire the chief or resign for not doing their job.

It's time we demand local control of the police. Why won't the mayor and council speak up, take the reigns. Do something.

Anonymous said...

The sad part of all this is we are not talking about a police department in a city of millions. This department is in a city of only 400,00 and I challenge ANYONE to find a comparable police department with the extent issues at KCPD. The moral sucks, the culture is ancient, the technology is legacy (for the most part), the training is pathetic (and in service is a joke), the is little to no motivation where professional standards and conduct are a factor, productivity is pitiful and no one wants to stand up and say "ENOUGH". Kansas City needs to go to an area that has a progressive, modern police department with invigorating and motivational leaders and get a chief that ill turn KCPD around. The turnover, integrity issues and statistics alone should be more than enough to realize it is past time for positive change. The politics and cronie bullshit has to go.

Anonymous said...

Police are always negligent.

Anonymous said...

'tis a nog issue, only this and nothing more. We need good white leadership.

Anonymous said...

2:32 is certainly right about the passivity and incompetence of the Board of Police Commissioners.
But they are LOCAL KC people nominated by LOCAL KCMO electeds and appointed by the governor.
And, of course, the mayor is one of the five members.
Before anyone gets all excited about local control, please ask yourself where the members of the KCMO city council have been for decades in their oversight, budget, and monitoring responsibilities of the city's police department.
Such luminaries as Chairman of the Public Safety Committee Kathy Jolly.
Or Chairman John Sharp.
Then take a good look at the current council incumbents.
Be careful what you wish for.

Anonymous said...

KCPD is lost all citizen confidence.
I will never call 911 unless it's for medical help.
I would never want a KCPD officer to arrive to cause more problems than they solve.

Anonymous said...

Since, the local people can't run the city government, the schools or the police department, maybe these should be outsourced to people of a different culture than Kansas City's.

Anonymous said...

Alvin Brooks is dead. Good.

Anonymous said...

It all starts with the top monkey

Anonymous said...

What nobody has mentioned is the fact that Major David Lindaman was the Captain in charge of Crimes Against Children at the time of all these problems and did nothing about it. Then Chief Forte promotes Lindaman to Major and puts him in charge of the same Division that he couldn't manage as a Captain. Unbelievable!!! Lindaman couldn't manage his way out of a closet