Thursday, March 02, 2017

KANSAS CITY POLICE WANT 250 MILLION BUCKS AMID ONGOING HOMICIDE SPREE!!!

The murder rate continues to rise past last year's historic level as the ongoing crisis elicits a call for greater public safety funding. Take a look: KCPD asks for $250 million budget

11 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Hmmm maybe that new, bs Spark money-grab staff can show KCPD how to steal funds

Anonymous said...

Very reasonable considering the city has shorted the department millions each year for the last decade. Most officers are 4-5 steps behind on raises they were promised when they were hired.

........ and consider that the Fire Department has been getting raises hand over fist for the last decade without skipping a beat.

Anonymous said...

The fire department and police department get about 75+% of the city's budget. Other departments that do important work are under-funded and have to lay off there employees,and big layoffs are coming but so are lies becaue Sly and Troy want that bond issue to pass.

Anonymous said...

LOL ! They want what?
They've got to be kidding.
For what? Not doing their job?

Anonymous said...

Maybe Chief Farte can quit using all the overtime budget money.

Anonymous said...

How about pay for performance which means you get zero.

Anonymous said...

Jesus Fuck! For 250 big ones you could off every boon in town and do totally away with crime.

Anonymous said...

The coward Forte didn't even show up. He's a disgrace and embarrassment to the department.

Anonymous said...

Did somebody say homocide? That's what I heard and if that be it then I'm all in.

Anonymous said...

cops & fire get all the money and raises while other city emloyees get nothing except the threat of being laid off. The people of the city will suffer the most because nothings going to get done in time.

CHIEF TOMMEH said...

If people actually stop being so hardheaded and vote to legalise marijuana, the senseless crimes will drop dramatically. You know why? The state will tax it and make a billion within a couple years. imagine the amazing things we can do with that money!
I recently moved to KCMO and I can't wait to get out of here. The city is falling apart and people are getting shot every other day, sometimes for no reason and it doesn't matter what part of the city you're in.
Money doesn't grow on trees and voting against something that will do a lot of
good...including saving LIFES is evil.