Actually, this might be good news regarding suburbanites who are willing to devote their time to getting involved with the deets about law enforcement and their relation to neighborhoods . . . Rather than just showing up to protest and scream for a few hours until cameras are gone.
Check this brief peek at many boring meetings to come . . .
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .
The board will advise Lenexa Police on issues like potential bias in policing, use of force, and responses to mental health crises. Its formation comes at a time when police agencies in Johnson County and beyond are facing calls for more transparency and public engagement.