Cooperation and community outreach ALWAYS elicit a worth while response.
And so . . .
Take a peek at the completely worthwhile process to pick the new Kansas City top cop THAT DOESN'T RISK BEING COMPLETELY DOMINATED BY ANTI-POLICE ACTIVISTS who will likely denounce any opinion that strays from their agenda as racist.
Check the the plan . . .
The group gathers comments from six sessions to present to the Board of Police Commissioners to stand in for community input. The chief of police isn’t an elected position; the people we elect aren’t even the ones picking.
The Board of Police Commissioners has sole responsibility for selecting the police chief, which is why these organizations have put together the listening sessions: a way for citizens to have some say. The state of Missouri controls KC’s police department, which—checks notes—has wildly different priorities than our city.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .
KCPD Chief Rick Smith is retiring-read as forced out-on April 22, and a group of Kansas City businesses, churches, and civic organizations are hosting listening sessions around town for residents to express the qualities they want in a new chief of police.
You decide . . .