Kansas City, Missouri 2021-05-27 21:33:25 –
Kansas City, Missouri — The president of the Police Fraternity Association in Kansas City, Missouri, told Northland residents Thursday night that he was “embarrassed” about the city. Reallocate millions of dollars of KCPD funding..
“Other sectors of the country are retreating at an unimaginable rate,” Brad Lemon told a standing-only crowd, who was largely opposed to the relocation.
According to Lemon, there will be 1,250 employees in 2021, compared to 1,460 in 2007. And last week, the city council approved it with a 9-4 vote, shifting over $ 40 million from police to community services and prevention funds.
“I’m not going to call a social worker to protect this city,” Lemon said.
However, at least one resident voiced in favor of the change.
Community service and prevention details The fund has not yet been announced.
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