Newspaper screed money line in their continued attacks against local law enforcement . . .
"Criminologists and Kansas City community leaders who reviewed the presentation at the newspaper’s request said the training material strikes a defensive, argumentative tone and is dismissive of members of the public who have protested police brutality and systemic racism."
Th rest of the constat criticism is safely hidden behind the paywall . . .
In a year that saw Kansas City police shoot and kill two Black men, in one case leading to the indictment of a detective, officers were told they shouldn't feel guilty about being "the winner in a competition in which the winning prize is their life."