More Videos

Branden Mims speaks about gun violence at candlelight vigil for Daryl Singleton 0:44

Branden Mims speaks about gun violence at candlelight vigil for Daryl Singleton

Here's how Mike Sanders' alleged kickback scheme worked 0:58

Here's how Mike Sanders' alleged kickback scheme worked

Schulte talks about the city's bid for Amazon 6:17

Schulte talks about the city's bid for Amazon

Check out Edgemoor’s design for the new KCI single terminal 0:45

Check out Edgemoor’s design for the new KCI single terminal

Why a new terminal at KCI? It’s time 2:11

Why a new terminal at KCI? It’s time

FCC votes to repeal net neutrality regulations 0:17

FCC votes to repeal net neutrality regulations

Deciding to run for Congress was an 'intensely personal decision' 2:05

Deciding to run for Congress was an 'intensely personal decision'

Mayor Sly James takes off the gloves 1:28

Mayor Sly James takes off the gloves

Game plan with Terez Paylor: Chargers at Chiefs, Saturday night edition 2:49

Game plan with Terez Paylor: Chargers at Chiefs, Saturday night edition

Squatter sets fire to vacant Crossroads building 1:20

Squatter sets fire to vacant Crossroads building

  • Systematic failure delays investigation into rape of 4-year-old

    Delays in investigations of major crimes by Kansas City Police Department's crimes against children unit prompt suspensions of detectives and close scrutiny of the program.

Delays in investigations of major crimes by Kansas City Police Department's crimes against children unit prompt suspensions of detectives and close scrutiny of the program. Ian Cummings and Chris Ochsner The Kansas City Star
Delays in investigations of major crimes by Kansas City Police Department's crimes against children unit prompt suspensions of detectives and close scrutiny of the program. Ian Cummings and Chris Ochsner The Kansas City Star

KC police must restore public trust after failures in children’s crime unit

September 18, 2016 09:00 AM

UPDATED September 18, 2016 06:22 PM

More Videos

Branden Mims speaks about gun violence at candlelight vigil for Daryl Singleton 0:44

Branden Mims speaks about gun violence at candlelight vigil for Daryl Singleton

Here's how Mike Sanders' alleged kickback scheme worked 0:58

Here's how Mike Sanders' alleged kickback scheme worked

Schulte talks about the city's bid for Amazon 6:17

Schulte talks about the city's bid for Amazon

Check out Edgemoor’s design for the new KCI single terminal 0:45

Check out Edgemoor’s design for the new KCI single terminal

Why a new terminal at KCI? It’s time 2:11

Why a new terminal at KCI? It’s time

FCC votes to repeal net neutrality regulations 0:17

FCC votes to repeal net neutrality regulations

Deciding to run for Congress was an 'intensely personal decision' 2:05

Deciding to run for Congress was an 'intensely personal decision'

Mayor Sly James takes off the gloves 1:28

Mayor Sly James takes off the gloves

Game plan with Terez Paylor: Chargers at Chiefs, Saturday night edition 2:49

Game plan with Terez Paylor: Chargers at Chiefs, Saturday night edition

Squatter sets fire to vacant Crossroads building 1:20

Squatter sets fire to vacant Crossroads building

  • Branden Mims speaks about gun violence at candlelight vigil for Daryl Singleton

    Branden Mims, pastor of the Greater Metropolitan Church of Christ and member of the Ad Hoc Group Against Crime speaks at a vigil Thursday evening for Daryl Singleton, who died Dec. 7 in a shooting outside the liquor and grocery store where the school cook worked a second job as a cashier.