Wednesday, November 20, 2019

KCPD Community Outreach Is Not Horse Play

Local reaction laments the shut down of this local institution and hopes resources can be reallocated to bring the horses back to local streets. Read more:

Community policing supporters call disbanding mounted patrol a mistake

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Disbanding the police mounted patrol unit is being called a mistake by advocates for community policing. Volunteers believe horses offer unique crime-fighting advantages that police can't easily replace. Police Chief Richard Smith says he needs to shift more staffing to directly confront violent crime and get killers behind bars.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

KCPD outreach may not be horseplay but it is bullshit. I dont want to be anywhere near a pig.

Anonymous said...

KCPD had to abandon the horse patrol as Bryon refused to follow and clean the streets after the horses.

Reality Speaker said...

1:25 I suspect KCPD officers don't want to be anywhere near you, as well.

Anonymous said...

more community officers. more movie nights. more health fairs. more officers in schools connecting with our youths. there is some bonafide crime fighting strategies

Anonymous said...

Maybe he should shift them from sitting at the bottom of hills, running radar. 3 officers per revenue enhancement - there's a dozen.

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- MAKE STABLES GREAT AGAIN

When equine disability clerks learned that White Star had been punched by a Liberal Tranny protester when President Trump was in town, they denied his claim, noting he was a horse of a different color!!!

Anonymous said...

They will bring back the equine squad. They're proud, beautiful, historical, and command respect. A small price to pay for confidence in the police force. Community outreach. Somebody always retires. There goes more officers. Living in America, land that I love, who will stand up. With honor.