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  • KC police chief reflects on the community, Black Lives Matter

    Kansas City Police Chief Darryl Forté discusses what it was has been like being the city’s first African American police chief, how police and the community are one and about too many African American males being killed by police officers, which he attributes to unreasonable fear and poor training.

KC police chief reflects on the community, Black Lives Matter

Kansas City Police Chief Darryl Forté discusses what it was has been like being the city’s first African American police chief, how police and the community are one and about too many African American males being killed by police officers, which he attributes to unreasonable fear and poor training.
Glenn E. Rice and Robert Cronkleton The Kansas City Star