St. Louis officials and civic leaders met with their Kansas City counterparts on Monday to learn how “focused deterrence” can reduce violent crime. Among those attending were John Bird (second from right) and Toni Decker (right), both with the U.S. attorney’s office for eastern Missouri.
St. Louis officials and civic leaders met with their Kansas City counterparts on Monday to learn how “focused deterrence” can reduce violent crime. Among those attending were John Bird (second from right) and Toni Decker (right), both with the U.S. attorney’s office for eastern Missouri. Photos by Keith Myers The Kansas City Star
St. Louis officials and civic leaders met with their Kansas City counterparts on Monday to learn how “focused deterrence” can reduce violent crime. Among those attending were John Bird (second from right) and Toni Decker (right), both with the U.S. attorney’s office for eastern Missouri. Photos by Keith Myers The Kansas City Star

St. Louis officials get firsthand look at Kansas City’s No Violence Alliance

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