Wednesday, January 13, 2021

Kansas City Eviction Training Day Exposed

Or lack thereof . . . Here's a glimpse at one of the dirtiest/toughest jobs in town that might not be getting the support it needs.

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Court deputies who carry out evictions in Jackson County do not receive crisis intervention training

An investigation is underway after a man was shot by court deputies while being evicted last Friday. Since the shooting occurred, the 41 Action News I-Team has been digging into the training the court deputies who carry out evictions receive.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...


Call mayor Lickass and he will take a knee for you. Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha HA

Anonymous said...

Maybe Cerner should remember that republican's will get control back in 2022 and they will not forget this action. Hallmark will start seeing their results decline in the next month.

Gus said...

Keeping the peace, while the landlord's gorillas toss some losers' belongs by the curb, is the lawful and proper execution of a court. If the evicted person or associates interfere with that execution, they go to jail. No amount of horseshit crisis intervention training is going to change that.

Nor should it. Landlord's pay mortgages so tenants can pay rent. Interruptions in that process result in loss of property rights on both ends of the food chain. Tough shit, next case.

Anonymous said...

No training necessary. Taze, beat or shoot and remove.

Anonymous said...

I was evicted one time by two court deputies. They were very kind and to me, but I also knew not to mess with them. They had their s**t together and made no attempt to sugar coat anything. The landlord started messing with me calling me lazy and an *as hole and they kicked her out of her own house until I left. I didn't mess with them they didn't mess with me.

Anonymous said...

This guy was 5 months late on his rent and then he pulls a gun on the county officers and we are supposed to feel bad for this joker? What did he think was going to happen?