"Survivor concerns over privacy and confidentiality are paramount when debating seeking supportive services or criminal justice remedies."
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"We do not want safety fears ever to interfere with a judge’s ability to carry out their constitutional obligations."
Retired Police Chief Jay Johnson has thrown his hat into the ring for Clay County commissioner of the Eastern District, In-District.
"A state cannot simply declare federal laws invalid."
One bill would give the attorney general greater authority to investigate cases of sex trafficking and abuse. The other allows for civil action against non-perpetrators.
The initiative will assist family members of fallen officers, contribute to scholarship funds for police officers’ children, and directly support law enforcement officials.
"Instead of defunding the police, my SB 678 ensures the Kansas City Police Department receives the level of funding it needs to keep our community safe."