Friday, March 29, 2019

KANSAS CITY STILL TOO CORRUPT FOR LOCAL POLICE CONTROL?!?!

Of course it is . . . And the only hope is that police know their pensions will inevitably be looted if this effort moves forward amid rising popularity and social justice hope to further crackdown on authorities amid a growing demand for more accountability. Read more:

80 Years Post-Pendergast, Kansas City Mayoral Hopefuls Wonder If Local Control Of Police Is Worth It

Kansas City, Missouri, is the only major city in the country that does not control its own police department. Regaining that control from the state may be a big issue for Kansas City's next mayor - if they decide it's worth the effort. The city lost control of its police department because of rampant corruption.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...


Is the corruption in Kansas City any better? They would have to get a decent Mayor and a decent city counsel and that's not going to happen. Should the city regain control of the police department????? NO

Anonymous said...

We control our own potholes and we can’t even fix those. Thanks for being such a worthless mayor, Sly, you fat lying motherfucker.

Anonymous said...

Corruption is alive & well within the KCPD. When a Board Of Police Commissioners allows a Police Chief to submit 4 hours overtime for making a Tweet and accumulate over $500,000 in comp time . . . Corruption is alive & well.

Hyperblogal said...

If you can't manage pot holes, perhaps you shouldn't have the police. Basics matter.

Anonymous said...

The only difference between the corruption of yesteryear and that of today is that it was at least competent in Pendergast's era. Today it's fat grifters trying to out-clown each other chasing after slush funds.

Anonymous said...

All police dept need to be under stare control. The mayors and city councils are the corrupt people.