Kansas City Police Capt. James Thomas, director of the Kansas City fusion center, couldn’t show off much of the center because of its classified nature.
Kansas City Police Capt. James Thomas, director of the Kansas City fusion center, couldn’t show off much of the center because of its classified nature. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star
Kansas City Police Capt. James Thomas, director of the Kansas City fusion center, couldn’t show off much of the center because of its classified nature. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star

Kansas City’s fusion center stays cautious about revealing specifics on its role combating terrorism

April 18, 2015 01:50 PM

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