A coffee conversation with a local law enforcement official offers a glimpse at advocacy within the police department amid renewed outcry against systemic racism.
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. - As the United States becomes more diverse, police departments across the country are having a hard time keeping up and looking like the communities they serve. That includes Kansas City, Missouri, where Leila Lawson is one of just five Black female police sergeants in the department (as of Sept.