Thursday, October 27, 2016

FEAR KANSAS CITY POLICE EAST PATROL CUTBACKS AMID CRIME WAVE!!!

At a time when our Kansas City number of murders and ensuing violence is near a 10-year-high . . . Here's a SHOCKING LOOK AT KCPD REDUCTION IN STAFFING for an are that needs it most.

As police leaders argue with City Hall about a salary increase . . . Read more:

KCPD East Patrol staffing allotment down 21% since 2012

9 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Building the new East Patrol and Crime Lab at 26th & Prospect was intended to decrease crime. We have seen gunshot victims disregard its presence and opt for Liquor Store security. It's pretty clear that we are not getting what we paid for or were led to believe about tearing down 24 acres of occupied houses. My fear is that we keep throwing good money after bad.

Anonymous said...

@4:32pm
As long as decisions are made because of WHO wants something instead of WHAT the residents need, your fear is actually a sure thing.
And the East Patrol project can be held up as Exhibit A.
And since we're on that topic, how's Mike's new taxpayer-subsidized hotel coming?
Keep electing the same kind of folks who have no understanding or even interest in municipal public policy and even less regard for the taxpaying residents and the hits will just keep on coming.
A city that works.
Just not for you.

Anonymous said...

And today another child under 5 years old was murdered...

Anonymous said...

Fuck east patrol.

Anonymous said...

The weight room sucks there....

Anonymous said...

I lost a big toe working as a carpenter on that sumbitch.

Anonymous said...

Don't forget to renew the Public Safety Sales Tax....bwahahahahaaaaaa. Suckerz!

Anonymous said...

Where did you expect it to be built? Rev. Modest Miles & the Morningstar Baptist Bunch, including Chief Forte', bought up all the houses for pennies on the dollar to be later sold for a premium. Same scam as Ollie Gates prior to Brush Creek & Cleaver II Blvd. being built. Grift all around.

Anonymous said...

And the cops want more money for poor performance.