This anti-crime program has been a source of frustration for many denizens of the urban core and now a fight over funding during the KCMO pandemic budget crisis is underway.
Take a look at the latest round in the local crime money debate as murder stats continue to climb . . .
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Days after setting an all-time high for homicides in Kansas City with 70 days remaining in 2020, the city could be ending its Aim4Peace program. There are now calls to end the long-standing Kansas City Health Department crime prevention program.