A report suggests millions of dollars might be saved if Kansas City and its police department eliminate duplicate jobs. Both the department and the City Council should find ways to save taxpayer funds, or put more officers on the street, or both.
A report suggests millions of dollars might be saved if Kansas City and its police department eliminate duplicate jobs. Both the department and the City Council should find ways to save taxpayer funds, or put more officers on the street, or both. Keith Myers KEITH MYERS/The Kansas City Star
A report suggests millions of dollars might be saved if Kansas City and its police department eliminate duplicate jobs. Both the department and the City Council should find ways to save taxpayer funds, or put more officers on the street, or both. Keith Myers KEITH MYERS/The Kansas City Star

Editorial: City Hall, police overlap wastes millions in taxpayer dollars

April 25, 2017 3:47 PM

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