For those who wonder about why recruitment "challenges" persist . . . The increasingly litigious civic environment confronting local law enforcement might be one of many root causes.
Nevertheless, it's important to take these complaints seriously . . . Because they could cost the dept. and taxpayers big bucks . . .
"The women's lawsuits are the latest allegations against the department, including several from current and former employees. Just last month, a Black KCPD sergeant filed a lawsuit alleging he was racially profiled in a traffic stop."
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Two Black female police officers are suing the Kansas City Police Department, alleging they were subjected to discrimination, retaliation and a hostile work environment. Officers Rashawnda Williams and Alexis Bush-Bailey filed separate lawsuits against the Kansas City Board of Police Commissioners, which oversees the department.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Two Black female police officers with the Kansas City, Missouri, Police Department are individually suing the Kansas City Board of Police Comissioners for discrimination and harassment.
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