In this 2005 file photo, volunteers from the Jackson County COMBAT ant--violence program lined up outside the Metropolitan Missionary Baptist Church, 2310 Linwood Ave. to pick up signs and hang tags encouraging neighbors to report criminal activity to police. If Jackson County voters approve in November, the Community Backed Anti-Drug Tax would be extended through March 2027.
In this 2005 file photo, volunteers from the Jackson County COMBAT ant--violence program lined up outside the Metropolitan Missionary Baptist Church, 2310 Linwood Ave. to pick up signs and hang tags encouraging neighbors to report criminal activity to police. If Jackson County voters approve in November, the Community Backed Anti-Drug Tax would be extended through March 2027. deulitt@kcstar.com File photo by David Eulitt
In this 2005 file photo, volunteers from the Jackson County COMBAT ant--violence program lined up outside the Metropolitan Missionary Baptist Church, 2310 Linwood Ave. to pick up signs and hang tags encouraging neighbors to report criminal activity to police. If Jackson County voters approve in November, the Community Backed Anti-Drug Tax would be extended through March 2027. deulitt@kcstar.com File photo by David Eulitt

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