First of all, credit where it's due . . . The Pitch continues to publish long after its audience moved to navel gazing via Twitter.
In a screed that reads more like a passive aggressive note from a barista than a news report . . . The "alternative" publication touts a report that came out last month.
What the promo for the "police scorecard" doesn't mention is that it's basically just a publicity stunt from a Stanford grad activist and professional protester.
Moreover, this isn't so much an "alternative" take given that MSNBC is and always has been a mainstream project started by a GE television partnership with Microsoft and now garners pretty decent ratings . . . At least when they're obsessing over & reporting the antics of former Prez Trump.
Anyhoo . . .
Here's the screed and KCAI dropout art that I'm hoping they didn't pay too much for . . . Check-it:
Kansas City's police department has had five chiefs over the past two decades, not counting interim appointees or the current occupant. If you average out their tenures, a good expectation for time of service is five and a half years. Current Chief Rick Smith will reach four years in August.
You decide . . .