Friday, November 29, 2019

KCPD TACTICS SHIFT AS RISING VIOLENCE AND RECORD-BREAKING HOMICIDE PACE THREATEN KANSAS CITY!!!

Check this overview of police work priorities shifting and law enforcement working to curb local killing in what could be the most violent year KCMO has witnessed since 1993. Read more:

As Kansas City Killings Soar, KCPD Makes Major Changes To Homicide Unit

A consultant's report, written by two Los Angles murder investigation experts, is significantly changing the Kansas City Police Department's Homicide Unit. It makes some fairly routine suggestions - create a "Murder Book" for each case and implement a 90-day unsolved investigation report, for example - but it also calls for more homicide detectives and a drastic change in the way suspects are given a Miranda warning.

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

More KCPD failures!

Anonymous said...

Why are we taking recommendations from Los Angeles murder investigators? Almost everyone in California are flaming homosexuals. They know nothing.

Anonymous said...

We'll probably need to call in Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte otherwise nothing will be done to clean up this damn crime infested town.

Anonymous said...

Smiley selfies Lucas is on it!

Anonymous said...

Are they asking them to do their jobs?

Anonymous said...

Rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic while continuing to lack the guts to publicly speak honestly about the cause and perpetrators for all the violence.
And NOW talking about a spike in the homicides?
There were 151 murders in KCMO TWO YEARS AGO!
Even the low-information easily distracted residents of KCMO aren't that clueless.
Time to double the tax money for all the fake ineffective "anti-crime nonprofits" and maybe bring in a brand new "program" from some out-of-town professor.
After all, Brooks is this year's KC Citizen of the Year.
You really can't make this stuff up!

Frances said...

There are no investigative shortcuts, particularly as it relates to obtaining admissible evidence from interrogations.

If no written waiver is obtained, any defense attorney worth the name is going to move to suppress any incriminating statements or evidence that results. All they have to do is raise a reasonable doubt the defendant didn't understand his rights or the consequences of waiving them.

Those suppression hearings are going to result in homicide detectives spending more time in suppression hearings- some of which the state will lose. For those the state wins, the door is open for appeals on the trial judge's ruling. This much touted beefing-up of Homicide accomplishes nothing if a procedural change ties them up in court.

At one time we were required to inform suspects that an interview or interrogation was being videotaped. And I've seen them get lock-jaw once they knew the cameras were rolling.



Anonymous said...

5:29, I think your blame is misplaced. The cops investigate every homicide. It’s not their fault that the community where most killings occur turn a blind eye and closed mouth when asked for leads or information.

Anonymous said...

Stop, question, and if indicated, frisk.

I know, RACISSSSSS

Reality Speaker said...
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Reality Speaker said...

8:06 is correct! 5:29 is indeed wrong!

Anonymous said...

Unless you supply drug dealers their own cop not much can be done to prevent most of these killings.

Anonymous said...

Step one, admit there is a problem. Step two, hire a police chief that isn't a racist. Step three,