Is The Dotte Paying Too Much For Suspected Dirty Cop Database?!?!

Hear me out . . .

Given that this local government was SAVAGED BY HACKERS this year . . . Reasonable people can express skepticism about their ability to manage tech.

And nearly TWO MILLION BUCKS seems like a lot just to scan old files . . . Check-it:

"The $1.7 million would allow an outside company to digitize the files and make them searchable by name, with the initial focus on the more than 40 years Golubski worked as an officer in Wyandotte County. "

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UG commissioners tentatively approve $1.7 million, effort tied to investigate former KCK detective

KANSAS CITY, Kan. - The Wyandotte County District Attorney wants to take another look at every case a recently indicted retired Kansas City Kansas detective and police captain worked on. The problem right now, figuring out which cases those were. Mark Dupree asked commissioners for $1.7 million Thursday to digitize case files.

Wyandotte County approves 1.7 million plan to further investigate Ex-KCK Det. Roger Golubski

Wyandotte County is moving forward with a $1.7 million plan to digitize files dating back to the 1950s. District Attorney Mark Dupree says it's a necessary step to investigate former KCK detective Roger Golubski.On Thursday, the Unified Government board of commissioners unanimously passed a resolution to fund the digitization of all county files.

WyCo DA asks county commissioners for $1.7 million for technology to ease access to old cases

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A robust debate at Thursday night's Unified Government Commission meeting ended with commissioners agreeing to find $1.7 million to pay to digitize old case files at the district attorney's office. Most of the interest in old criminal cases are ones worked on by former Kansas City, Kansas, Police Det.

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