Officials announced Thursday an agreement that allows the FBI to step in to help investigations into complaints against Kansas City police officers, including officer-involved shooting and claims of excessive use of force. “It is our hope it will go a long way to sustain public trust,” said U.S. Attorney Tammy Dickinson (from left) at a news conference Thursday. Eric Jackson of the FBI, Sheryl Rose of the Kansas City Police Department and Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker also appeared at the announcement.
Officials announced Thursday an agreement that allows the FBI to step in to help investigations into complaints against Kansas City police officers, including officer-involved shooting and claims of excessive use of force. “It is our hope it will go a long way to sustain public trust,” said U.S. Attorney Tammy Dickinson (from left) at a news conference Thursday. Eric Jackson of the FBI, Sheryl Rose of the Kansas City Police Department and Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker also appeared at the announcement. Joe Ledford jledford@kcstar.com
Officials announced Thursday an agreement that allows the FBI to step in to help investigations into complaints against Kansas City police officers, including officer-involved shooting and claims of excessive use of force. “It is our hope it will go a long way to sustain public trust,” said U.S. Attorney Tammy Dickinson (from left) at a news conference Thursday. Eric Jackson of the FBI, Sheryl Rose of the Kansas City Police Department and Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker also appeared at the announcement. Joe Ledford jledford@kcstar.com