Wyandotte County Community Integrity Unit Workers Accused Of Intolerant Chatter & Fired

Here's today's disaster in the Dotte and a reminder that making "friends" at work is overrated amid the era of mass surveillance.

To be fair, if true, the chatter doesn't seem very professional and something that could be easily leveraged by political opposition.

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2 fired from unit that investigates police misconduct

KANSAS CITY, Kan. - Two employees of an independent unit that investigates accusations of excessive police force or misconduct in Wyandotte County have been fired because of comments that were made on an audio recording. The county prosecutor's office said in a news release Wednesday that the remarks "violated the office's code of conduct."

Wyandotte County Community Integrity Unit in chaos

KANSAS CITY, KS (KCTV) - Members of the Community Integrity Unit have been fired after the Wyandotte County District Attorney's Office was made aware of audio recordings made in the office, during working hours. The District Attorney's Office says remarks violated their code of conduct, according to a news release.