KANSAS CITY, Mo. - There are not enough masks to protect Kansas City, Missouri, police officers from COVID-19, according to Kansas City Fraternal Order of Police. Brad Lemon, president of Kansas City FOP Lodge 99, called the shortage of personal protective equipment a "failure of huge proportions" on Wednesday in an interview with 41 Action News.
Wednesday, April 01, 2020
KCPD UNION CONDEMNS EPIC FAIL TO PROTECT OFFICERS FROM CORONAVIRUS!!!
Worse than any "blue flu" we've seen in recent local history . . . The impact of the pandemic on this vital public safety organization has implications for every Kansas City resident: