KCPD looks to strengthen community relationships with citywide events Saturday
Publish Date 10/02/2019
The Kansas City Missouri Police Department's biggest community outreach event of the year, Kansas City United Against Crime, will take place noon to 4 p.m. Sat., Oct. 5, at six locations throughout the city. The free events will feature food, bounce houses, activities for children, police displays and community resources. Neighborhood police officers also will be at all events and look forward to speaking with residents.
Each of the city's six patrol divisions is hosting a KC United Against Crime event. They will take place rain or shine at the following locations in Kansas City, Mo.:
Park Hill High School 7701 NW Barry Rd.
Eagle Heights Baptist Church 5600 N. Brighton
Roanoke Park 3601 Roanoke
East Patrol Division 2640 Prospect Ave.
St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church 1001 E. 52nd St.