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  • Recommendations to address chronic violence in KC unveiled

    A citizens task force rolled out numerous suggestions Thursday to address Kansas City’s chronic violence problem. Suggestions included better coordination of youth and community services, a full-time city staffer assigned to anti-violence efforts, and robust engagement and mentoring from civic and business leaders.

A citizens task force rolled out numerous suggestions Thursday to address Kansas City’s chronic violence problem. Suggestions included better coordination of youth and community services, a full-time city staffer assigned to anti-violence efforts, and robust engagement and mentoring from civic and business leaders. Jill Toyoshiba The Kansas City Star
A citizens task force rolled out numerous suggestions Thursday to address Kansas City’s chronic violence problem. Suggestions included better coordination of youth and community services, a full-time city staffer assigned to anti-violence efforts, and robust engagement and mentoring from civic and business leaders. Jill Toyoshiba The Kansas City Star

KC task force says youth, community supports are key to addressing violence

April 20, 2017 11:28 AM