The entrance to Kansas City’s police headquarters was one area that underwent significant changes during the update, including making the entryway wheelchair accessible. Veterans on the force describe the old building as being cramped and outdated.
The entrance to Kansas City’s police headquarters was one area that underwent significant changes during the update, including making the entryway wheelchair accessible. Veterans on the force describe the old building as being cramped and outdated. Brian Davidson Special to The Star
The entrance to Kansas City’s police headquarters was one area that underwent significant changes during the update, including making the entryway wheelchair accessible. Veterans on the force describe the old building as being cramped and outdated. Brian Davidson Special to The Star

$40 million upgrade of Kansas City’s police headquarters is nearly done

November 08, 2014 06:02 PM

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