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  • East High junior talks about how KCPD’s PAL program changed his life

    East High junior Ronnell Hatchett tells Kansas City Star columnist Vahe Gregorian how the PAL program has changed his life. The Kansas City Police Department’s PAL program is a model for the rest of the nation and touches some 600-800 children a year.

East High junior Ronnell Hatchett tells Kansas City Star columnist Vahe Gregorian how the PAL program has changed his life. The Kansas City Police Department’s PAL program is a model for the rest of the nation and touches some 600-800 children a year. Vahe Gregorian and Joe Ledford The Kansas City Star
East High junior Ronnell Hatchett tells Kansas City Star columnist Vahe Gregorian how the PAL program has changed his life. The Kansas City Police Department’s PAL program is a model for the rest of the nation and touches some 600-800 children a year. Vahe Gregorian and Joe Ledford The Kansas City Star

Kansas City Police Department’s PAL program is changing lives

April 16, 2016 5:02 PM