Tuesday, June 09, 2020

JACKSON COUNTY SHERIFF FORTÉ PUSHES POLICE MISCONDUCT REGISTRY!!!



This controversial local lawman has been one of the few voices from within law enforcement to champion reform.

Here's the roundup of his latest efforts . . .


Jackson County sheriff proposes police misconduct registry

The Jackson County, Missouri, sheriff is now pushing for a new system to hold officers accountable for their actions.After weeks of protests across the nation, Sheriff Darryl Forte said he connects with the message."Racial profiling is real in Kansas City, and I have been a victim of it," Forte said.


As Kansas City, Missouri's Homicide Total Climbs, Jackson County's Sheriff Has Started Showing Up At Crime Scenes

Kansas City counted its 79th homicide of the year Monday night. That is 20 more than the same time a year ago. But as the killings continue to mount, an unusual person has started showing up at more and more homicide scenes: Jackson County Sheriff Darryl Forte.


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14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Then Forte's name should be the first one on it.

Anonymous said...

^^^^ +1000000000

The real question is this already exists and why act like it’s suddenly the greatest idea since sliced bread?

Anonymous said...

To become a cop you have to go through some of the most extensive background checks imaginable, if you hire a bad cop from another city then somebody fucked up.

Anonymous said...

A black representative of the community should be first contact before the police. Sign ups should start now so when the 911 calls comes in the police can stay back until it's safe for the officers to approach. The community representatives could have lights and sirens just like volunteer firefighters.

Better have a big sign up march because I have a feeling the pool of reps is going to dwindle real fast or not. I'd even donate for the lights and sirens.

Anonymous said...

Forte was the biggest scammer in KC history, when charging $500,000 of overtime when he was KC Chief of Police. Only hourly workers get overtime.

Anonymous said...

9:15 I agree, if I was a cop I would not go on one more call that involves contact with a black person unless something like you said was in place first as a buffer between the cop and the black community or visa Versa.

Anonymous said...

This is the same PR stunt he pulled as KCPD chief, showing up at all the homicide scenes and charging overtime the whole time. Screw him. How about one of these reporters ask him about that.

Anonymous said...

Sex Offenders have to register

so should shady ass faggot cops

Anonymous said...

^^^^ stupid

Anonymous said...

RE: Jackson County's Sheriff Has Started Showing Up At Crime Scenes

Old habits die hard.

1) Forte is very worried about holding onto his job in the upcoming election.

2) Somebody check and see if he's on the County clock when showing up at these homicide scenes, just to loiter around. This was one of his favorite ways as KCPD Chief to accumulate extra paid hours. Remember he walked with a 1/2 million bonus check, besides the generous retirement package. Left before the Child Victims Unit scandal fully broke.

Anonymous said...

Wierd that it happens so much.

Anonymous said...

This is more than laughable. And from someone who was never at work long enough to know what was going on, but off riding his motorcycle and making late night phone calls to female employees. Well, he did manage to make some decisions when one of his buddies got in trouble.

Hyperblogal said...

Can you tell it's an election year.

Anonymous said...

He needs to shave and have a bowel movement it appears. This guy looks like a dim bulb.