Kansas City Police Department “summer employees”? What?
Previously reluctant KC assault victims agree to prosecute
Six previously reluctant Kansas City assault victims now are willing to press charges after being contacted by summer employees of the police department.
Kansas City Police Chief Darryl Forte assigned the employees to the outreach effort … .
The Star’s series, “Many Bullets, Little Blame,” found that victims in 60 percent of last year’s nonfatal shootings did not help police. Detectives then shut down the cases, which were not prosecuted. Just 10 percent of shootings last year garnered criminal charges, The Star found.
On Thursday, in a posting on his blog, Forte said the two employees contacted more than 200 victims who initially did not cooperate with police.
Six victims changed their minds as a result, according to Forte. Detectives are following up with them to present cases to prosecutors.
Maybe they bribed them with a free trip to Florida in a KCPD detective’s car with one of their all seasons employees!!!!!
KC police investigate detective’s Florida trip in department car
Kansas City police are investigating a fraud detective’s gas usage and mileage after he drove his department-issued undercover car to Florida for a family vacation. … He ran a red light on March 13 in the Sunshine State. Police there sent a ticket to the registered owner of the leased vehicle, the Kansas City Police Department, along with a photo that showed the undercover vehicle pulling a trailer hundreds of miles from Kansas City.
This all seasons employee kicked water balloons at people out of one of the ghetto birds back in the 90’s. I don’t care who you are…that’s funny! lol
He was suspended, transferred and stuck on graveyard shift as a result of his antics.
& Now everyone will know they have a Chevy Traverse in their stable. I saw a white one with a spotlight, center caps on the wheels, super dark tinted windows all the way around with a Missouri tag about a week ago. It was stopped at a light to head N as I was headed E.