Kansas City Police Board Resignation Doesn't Change Much

The old appointee supported the KCPD Chief . . . It's EXTREMELY LIKELY that replacement will also share a conservative view of local policing. In fact Guv Parson's appointment might be an even more stalwart supporter of the status quo.

Still, this news earned a great deal of hopeful blathering for reasons that are purely rhetorical.

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Nathan Garrett, key KCPD supporter, resigns from Board of Police Commissioners

Nathan Garrett, a key Kansas City Police Department supporter, resigned from the Board of Police Commissioners, according to Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas.The move by Garrett, who is known as a staunch defender of the department and law enforcement in general, comes days after the police board filed a lawsuit

Nathan Garrett resigns from Kansas City Police Board; Mayor suggests changes to meetings

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Nathan Garrett resigned from his appointment with the Kansas City, Missouri, Board of Police Commissioners. His resignation is effective as of last Friday, according to his resignation letter. In the letter, Garrett said his residency changed and because of that needed to resign from the appointment.

Police Commissioner Nathan Garrett resigns

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Police Commissioner Nathan Garrett has resigned. Garrett has been one of the most vocal opponents of plans to reallocate funding from the KCPD to a community improvement fund. According to Missouri Governor Mike Parson's office, Garrett and his family have moved out of KCMO, which forces him to resign from his position.

Kansas City, Missouri, Board of Police Commissioners member Nathan Garrett resigns

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A Kansas City, Missouri, Board of Police Commissioners member, who claimed recent KCPD funding reallocation blindsided the commission, has resigned. Nathan Garrett, who was appointed by then-Gov. Eric Greitens, had most recently served as the commission's treasurer and tendered his resignation Friday. A spokesperson from Missouri Gov.

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