We're not sure exactly how this one works but supporters have been loud and clear about the danger of scaling back police funds in the midst of a homicide spike and civil unrest.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City, Missouri's top brass unveiled a new plan to reduce violent crime Wednesday. It includes prevention, intervention, enforcement and trust. At the same time, the KCMO City Manager is asking all city departments to submit plans for reducing 2021 budgets by 11%.