KCPD Missing Persons Unit Copes With Complaints Cont'd

Our progressive news cartel seemingly wants metro readers to believe that desperate families hoping to regain contact with missing loved ones are also advocating against racism.

However . . .

The reality of an important police effort is that it ALMOST NEVER produces satisfying results and typically just offers closure for families wanting to know the tragic fate of their missing loved ones. 


We can blame EVERYTHING on racism but it rarely serves to improve tragic situations.

And so . . . 

There's never really going to be a lot of satisfaction amid so much human misery. 

Still . . . The report is worth a look for those who haven't seen it yet . . .

"A year after the Kansas City Police Department reinstated its missing persons unit, in response to criticism that officers weren't taken cases of missing Black people seriously, community members are still frustrated by a complicated reporting process."

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

KCPD's missing persons unit is tested amid a statewide rise in cases

A year after KCPD relaunched the missing persons unit, families remain unclear on the rules of the reporting process for missing people.