Friday, January 31, 2020
TKC MUST READ!!! KANSAS CITY POLICE ISSUE RED FRIDAY FINAL WARNING AMID SUPER BOWL VIOLENCE & RIOT THREAT!!!
This blog is all about being forthright and so it's important to admit that even this humble blog has been entertaining thoughts of knocking over a few choice locations whilst the po-po are busy with crowd control during Super Bowl festivities. Fortunately, we thought better of it given that we're dedicated to flying the straight and narrow path MOREOVER fitting a big screen TV aboard a scooter is a tough proposition.
Even Mayor Q has been confronted about Super Bowl public safety questions:
Will KC mayor burn a couch if Chiefs win Super Bowl?: 'That'll be bad. I won't do that!'
And so . . .
EVERY AMERICAN CITY CONFRONTS RIOTING THREATS AFTER SUPER BOWL VICTORY AND POLICE HOPE TO GET AHEAD OF THE CELEBRATION!!!
The cowtown team is favored to win and right now the top cop is playing nice with locals before things get a bit rougher on local streets. Here's both a word of caution and assurance from KCPD on Super Bowl hype as this town shuts down until Monday afternoon . . .
KCPD CHIEF: We're ready to help you enjoy watching the Chiefs in the Super Bowl
We’re experiencing an incredible moment here in Kansas City, and your police department has been working hard to ensure everyone can have a great time watching the Chiefs in Super Bowl LIV.
KCPD will be fully staffed citywide on Sunday evening, and we’re bringing in an additional 100 officers from units such as Tactical Enforcement and Traffic Enforcement. These additional officers will keep an eye on the city’s entertainment districts, but their assignment is to remain fluid and assist wherever needed.
Speaking of entertainment districts, all of them have shared their security plans with us, which include off-duty KCPD officers who will be assisting with security in those areas. Additional dispatch staff have been assigned specifically to handle calls related to game celebrations.
We’ve made extensive preparations to facilitate people having fun on this historic day for our city. Officers are ready for celebratory honking, yelling, high fives and more. We all have seen things go wrong in other cities that were supposed to be celebrating a championship, and no one wants that here, especially not celebratory gunfire. If you see something that looks like it’s starting to get out of control, please call us so it doesn’t grow into something really bad.
If the Chiefs win, more information about forthcoming celebrations will be posted early next week. In the meantime, we’re looking forward to helping everyone enjoy the game in the home of the Chiefs: Kansas City, Missouri.
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