Thursday, September 13, 2018

TKC BREAKING NEWS!!! JACKSON COUNTY HELP WANTED: PROSECUTOR ANNOUNCES SEARCH FOR NEW COMBAT DIRECTOR!!!



Now that the courthouse anti-crime program has been taken out of the hands of the Executive and is now back under the control of the Prosecutor . . . Here's the latest power move and call for applications . . .

Search for new director of Jackson County COMBAT begins

The search for a new director of Jackson County COMBAT has begun with a job posting and the announcement of a new partnership with a University of Missouri-Kansas City nonprofit leadership center, Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker announced today.

The job posting was distributed to a number of advertising and job search sites. Applications will be accepted until Oct. 13, 2018. Click on this link to read the job posting.

The Midwest Center for Nonprofit Leadership at UMKC's Henry W. Bloch School of Management has agreed to facilitate the process for selection of the new director, the prosecutor's office announced today. Later, a committee of community leaders will be announced to interview and select finalists.

Jackson County COMBAT strives to build a strong, safe community and reduce the dangers of illegal drugs and violent crime. First approved in 1989, the 1/4-cent COMBAT sales tax generates more than $20 million in annual revenues that are spent on a variety of county services and programs aimed at illegal drugs and reducing violent crime.
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19 comments:

Anonymous said...

The position has been empty for more than a year.

Maybe we don't need to fill it after all. I don't think there's been much of a difference and homicides are actually down from last year.

We could save taxpayers $200,000 by just going along as usual.

Anonymous said...

^^^^^^^^^ That's a plan.

Donovan said...

So you're telling me the job isn't going to go to one of Frank or Caleb's political cronies. That would be nice for a change. Maybe we can actually get a few resources out working in the community instead of going to one pointless meeting after the next. Think about it.

Anonymous said...

We are no longer suckers, we spent 500,000 in overtime for the last police chief. We got ripped off.

Anonymous said...

Police Chief Thief.

Anonymous said...

They just haven’t decided which worthless fucker to give the job to.

Anonymous said...

So now we’ll get one of Jean’s cronies after a process for show.

Anonymous said...

Clownzo Washington thinks that he is qualified

Anonymous said...

Actually I think Jean Baker has Frank White in mind for Combat Director. Her next step is to make the County Executive position a sub-department under the Prosecutor's Office. And the stupid shitheads on the Legislature don't have a clue about the slow-motion "coup d'├ętat" she's pulling off!

Anonymous said...

Stop program. Leave vacant. Or direct funds as combat pay to beefed up East-side (walking beat) cops. No more bullshit committees, nor worthless study groups.

Anonymous said...

The most unqualified negro available will get the job.

Anonymous said...

Alonzo Washington!

Anonymous said...

Why does Jean Petersucker Baker have anything to do with this? She is a complete failure as a prosecutor. Also, why would a third rate school like UMKC have anything to do with it? UMKC is a glorified junior college.

Anonymous said...

This is the best Kansas City can do. Our mayor is a fucking lying thief. Our last two police chiefs have been incompetent cunts. A borderline retard is our county executive. The criminals best friend is our prosecutor. Fuck you Kansas City. There’s no place like Kansas, I'm off to see the wizard. Kansas City will only get worse.

Joe Garrati said...

^^^^^^^^^^^^ Winner, winner, chicken dinner.

That one said it just about all.

Super Dave said...

Have to admit 10:25 does speak the truth there.

Anonymous said...

Not enough outrage over the quarter million Frank White wasted on lawyers suing for control of COMBAT, so he could try and keep paying for Caleb and his PR team out of the anti-crime fund.

Anonymous said...

If COMBAT has operated without a director for over a year, maybe it can be "managed" online.
What about Sanders as the executive director?
He could have the salary sent to his commissary account and then would have some walking around money to stay in the pay-to-play political game in Jackson County.
And he's already been convicted, so he's ahead of the game of going to prison BEFORE he gets his hands on taxpayers' money.
Let's think outside the box!

Anonymous said...

Slie will be looking for a job in 6 or 7 months. The idea of considering Mike Sanders is a good one since he already has the experience on many fronts.