Thursday, May 11, 2017

KCPD Work Cutback Amid Dispatch Hot Mess

Community policing slow down according to this report of tech trouble . . .

"Officers in the department explained that it means they are not allowed to stop speeding drivers, pull over people, or anything that would have them call into dispatch with information, like they would during a routine stop."

While dispatchers get familiar with new system, KC cops told to abstain from some regular tasks

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A new dispatch system is causing kinks for the Kansas City Police Department. Police sources tell FOX 4 that patrol officers have been told not to do some of their normal tasks. A source sent FOX 4 an internal email, which went out to patrol officers on Tuesday.

3 Comments:

Anonymous said...

these guys don't need any more excuses to not do their jobs already.

Anonymous said...

So what does this mean, they gotta stay out of QT and the donut shops while the dispatchers train on how to delay police response time even more?

Anonymous said...

No, it just means we can't pull you ass over and write you a ticket. So be happy about that.