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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.

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.
Jill Toyoshiba The Kansas City Star