For what it's worth . . .
The Kansas City Star is barely in the top 10 when ranking the most popular media outlets in this cowtown.
Tragically, the newspaper is attempting to dictate the conversation for the next chief of police.
If we're just talking ratings, it would make more sense to let progressive DJ Lazlo do the honors - He's actually got a much more viable platform.
Nevertheless . . .
In this dark winter . . .
KANSAS CITY IS ABOUT TO LET A PRIVATE EQUITY PAMPHLET DICTATE THE DISCUSSION ON THE FUTURE OF LAW ENFORCEMENT!!!
Take a peek . . .
"To better understand what city residents want in their next police chief, The Star in December put out an online survey. Respondents, and more than a dozen local leaders interviewed by The Star, generally said they hope the board will hire a leader prepared to take police accountability and the city’s homicide rate seriously."
Honestly . . . Who cares?
If a person is silly enough to buy a subscription to the Kansas City Star, then maybe we should all ignore their opinion about community policing
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .
With Police Chief Rick Smith leaving the Kansas City Police Department in the coming months, the search for the next top cop will happen under heightened scrutiny. The new chief will be chosen by the Board of Police Commissioners, whose members are mostly chosen by Missouri's governor.
You decide . . .