A consultant’s report that staffing levels inside the downtown Kansas City facility have reached dangerous proportions is spurring renewed interest in the need for reforms. But Jackson County Executive Frank White needs to become more engaged and propose bold steps.
A consultant’s report that staffing levels inside the downtown Kansas City facility have reached dangerous proportions is spurring renewed interest in the need for reforms. But Jackson County Executive Frank White needs to become more engaged and propose bold steps. ALLISON LONG File photo
A consultant’s report that staffing levels inside the downtown Kansas City facility have reached dangerous proportions is spurring renewed interest in the need for reforms. But Jackson County Executive Frank White needs to become more engaged and propose bold steps. ALLISON LONG File photo

Editorial: Jackson County finally convinced to address jail ‘crisis situation.’ But where’s Frank White?

August 03, 2017 6:34 PM