African-American community leaders began urging the city months ago to name the new East Patrol police station after Leon Jordan, who was a pioneering black detective on the Kansas City Police Department in the 1950s and who co-founded the African-American political club Freedom Inc. in 1962.
African-American community leaders began urging the city months ago to name the new East Patrol police station after Leon Jordan, who was a pioneering black detective on the Kansas City Police Department in the 1950s and who co-founded the African-American political club Freedom Inc. in 1962.
African-American community leaders began urging the city months ago to name the new East Patrol police station after Leon Jordan, who was a pioneering black detective on the Kansas City Police Department in the 1950s and who co-founded the African-American political club Freedom Inc. in 1962.

It’s official: East Patrol campus will be named for Leon Jordan

December 18, 2014 05:11 PM

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