Policing a pandemic looks like this. Roll calls are held outdoors or in sally ports, open areas allowing for ample space between patrol officers. Temperatures are checked and questions asked about fever or coughing, as both could be tell-tale symptoms of COVID-19. Squad cars and equipment are repeatedly wiped down with sanitizing cloths.
Tuesday, April 07, 2020
Kansas City Police Confront Coronavirus New Normal On Still Violent Local Streets
The observations here are mostly frivolous whilst locals with a bit more knowledge consider the implications of fewer arrests and an overall decline of community policing during this era of social distancing . . . Checkit: