In racially mixed Grandview, Aaron Carter represents what many police officials consider a hot commodity: an African-American in law enforcement. But he is the only African-American among his city’s 53 officers.
In racially mixed Grandview, Aaron Carter represents what many police officials consider a hot commodity: an African-American in law enforcement. But he is the only African-American among his city’s 53 officers. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star
In racially mixed Grandview, Aaron Carter represents what many police officials consider a hot commodity: an African-American in law enforcement. But he is the only African-American among his city’s 53 officers. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star

Like Ferguson, area police departments lack racial diversity

August 23, 2014 4:02 PM