Kansas City officials have received an exhaustive report on police department workload and staffing decisions. While not every recommendation will make sense, the document provides an essential guide for the police to improve its services — and cut down on crime.
Kansas City officials have received an exhaustive report on police department workload and staffing decisions. While not every recommendation will make sense, the document provides an essential guide for the police to improve its services — and cut down on crime. File photo
Kansas City officials have received an exhaustive report on police department workload and staffing decisions. While not every recommendation will make sense, the document provides an essential guide for the police to improve its services — and cut down on crime. File photo

Editorial: How can police make Kansas City safer? Here are a few ideas.

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