Police Chief Darryl Forté’s involvement with area law enforcement agencies aimed at cracking down on the most violent offenders is producing results. Forté-led initiatives that analyze crime trends and focus on areas hardest hit are paying off.
Police Chief Darryl Forté’s involvement with area law enforcement agencies aimed at cracking down on the most violent offenders is producing results. Forté-led initiatives that analyze crime trends and focus on areas hardest hit are paying off. File photo by Tammy Ljungblad The Kansas City Star
Police Chief Darryl Forté’s involvement with area law enforcement agencies aimed at cracking down on the most violent offenders is producing results. Forté-led initiatives that analyze crime trends and focus on areas hardest hit are paying off. File photo by Tammy Ljungblad The Kansas City Star

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