Most local news downplayed this tidbit but it's more important than local might think given the bevy of lawsuit and political intrigue at play.
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Now, here's city hall push back against the po-po . . .
The audit comes as residents and Kansas City community leaders have expressed concerns to the city auditor's office about the department’s lack of gender and racial diversity. The auditor's office said the goal of audit is to determine whether new police officer hires and applicants represent the racial and gender diversity of the community and to determine whether the police department's efforts are consistent with recommended practices.
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Kansas City Auditor's Office announced Thursday morning that it's conducting an audit of the Kansas City, Missouri, Police Department's processes for recruiting and hiring a diverse police force. The audit comes as residents and Kansas City community leaders have expressed concerns to the city auditor's office about the department's lack of gender and racial diversity.