Police Chief Darryl Forté said he believes the Kansas City No Violence Alliance has contributed to this year’s reduction in reported violent crimes. In January, members of the alliance helped track down hundreds of people identified as being key to violent crime in the area.
Police Chief Darryl Forté said he believes the Kansas City No Violence Alliance has contributed to this year’s reduction in reported violent crimes. In January, members of the alliance helped track down hundreds of people identified as being key to violent crime in the area. File photo by ALLISON LONG The Kansas City Star
Police Chief Darryl Forté said he believes the Kansas City No Violence Alliance has contributed to this year’s reduction in reported violent crimes. In January, members of the alliance helped track down hundreds of people identified as being key to violent crime in the area. File photo by ALLISON LONG The Kansas City Star

Kansas City shows a promising trend in crime statistics

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