Paying a visit Tuesday to Kansas City’s Police Academy in the Northland, Missouri Gov.-elect Eric Greitens (right) worked out with members of the Police Department’s Tactical Response Team. Greitens — a former Navy SEAL — performed exercises with a group of police officers and a separate group of trainees. His stop in Kansas City was part of a thank-you tour of several Missouri cities; he takes office on Monday.
Paying a visit Tuesday to Kansas City’s Police Academy in the Northland, Missouri Gov.-elect Eric Greitens (right) worked out with members of the Police Department’s Tactical Response Team. Greitens — a former Navy SEAL — performed exercises with a group of police officers and a separate group of trainees. His stop in Kansas City was part of a thank-you tour of several Missouri cities; he takes office on Monday. Joe Ledford jledford@kcstar.com
Paying a visit Tuesday to Kansas City’s Police Academy in the Northland, Missouri Gov.-elect Eric Greitens (right) worked out with members of the Police Department’s Tactical Response Team. Greitens — a former Navy SEAL — performed exercises with a group of police officers and a separate group of trainees. His stop in Kansas City was part of a thank-you tour of several Missouri cities; he takes office on Monday. Joe Ledford jledford@kcstar.com

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