Thursday, March 23, 2017

TKC Blog Community Told You So: KCPD Rank & File Pay For Chief's EPIC $500K Payout

Once again, our blog community LEADS THE LOCAL DISCOURSE and here's important MSM followup on a conversation we started. Checkit:

Will Chief Forte's retirement impact KCPD budget decision?

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Nearly $2 million is on the line as the Kansas City Council prepares to decide whether or not it will give the KCPD a budget bump.

9 Comments:

Anonymous said...

KCTV5 told us so.

Not you.

Anonymous said...

Actually it was channel 41, not some tard basement blogger.

Anonymous said...

Aren't they all basically the same?

Anonymous said...

He's going to law school so he can act as his own attorney.

Anonymous said...

How can anyone say the state controls KCPD? What a farce of a notion.

Anonymous said...

@7:07pm sees through the never-ending scam.
Sly's on television commenting about Forte's payout as though he and former mayors can only stand on the sidelines and watch what the Police Board does.
Actually, of course, mayors are on the board and he's been there now for six years.
When was the last time Sly led a policy review for KCPD?
Do he or his ever-growing staff spend any time learning enough about the police operations to enable him to provide well-informed oversight or recommendations?
All of the members are KCMO residents who have been nominated by KCMO elected officials, and appointed by the governor.
The notion that any Missouri governor has either the time or interest to call the shots for KCPD is both uninformed and silly.
And the notion that the gang at 12th and Oak can effectively manage much of anything is disproved on an almost daily basis.
As usual with this crowd, just follow the money.

Anonymous said...

500k just for being Black. What did the last guy get? Why aren't there caps on this sort of thing?

Anonymous said...

WOW another year I and my fellow brother/sisters in blue wont receive a pay raise. WELL, I guess its another year of turning a "Blind Eye" to crime in the inner city.


Thanks City OF KCMO

Anonymous said...

Mmmm, Yummmm. Police, City, Fire PENSIONS and benifits. We all want that.