Kansas City Police Chief Promises New Plan To Fight Violent Crime Next Year

Community outreach is often complicated and never provides quick solutions.

However . . . We noticed that an important exchange revealed a preview of new strategies in the works.

On the downside . . . Work toward new crime-fighting plans means this year's near record-breaking level of KCMO killing is likely to continue unabated.

Still . . . This is the closest we can come to providing some kind of hope.

Here's the community news quote of Kansas City Police Chief Stacey Graves . . . 

“That means pulling in all kinds of resources to assist in the whole bigger picture of violent crime, its root causes and our approaches to it,” Graves said. “Coming into the summer, we started to look a lot internally… as far as our approach to violent crime. We anticipate a written violent crime plan to come out in the beginning of the year, the beginning of the year is kind of going to be a reset.”

KCPD is starting a new shift in patrol to better provide 911 response from patrol officers, and in that they hope to do a lot of initiatives related to violent crime. One of those is focused deterrence.

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

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