Kansas City Police & Community Activists Hopes QR Code Tech Will Solve Cold Cases

A gathering today offers a new way to provide tips that low-rent thugs probably won't be able to trace.

Check more detail on the program . . .

On Wednesday afternoon, KC Mothers in Charge and members of law enforcement will gather at east 40th Street and south Benton Avenue to let residents know about crime prevention efforts.

However, people can help by submitting tips anonymously by scanning a QR code.

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .

Effort planned to help close unsolved homicide cases in KCMO

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A search for a KCPD Chief of Police, recent changes to staffing with the cold case unit and a rising homicide rate in Kansas City, Missouri, once again. All of this is weighing on families who have gone years without answers to who killed their loved ones.