Northeast Newscast Episode 57 – KCPD officials answer questions about the department’s failed Hispanic Citizen’s Academy

By Paul Thompson

Northeast News

In this episode of Kansas City’s Northeast Newscast, managing editor Paul Thompson sits down with KCPD officials Jason Cooley and Chato Villalobos, who reply to questions and comments provided by readers on social media in the wake of the department’s unsuccessful Hispanic Citizen’s Academy last month. While the Northeast News news has already printed the Q&A in both English and Spanish, we’re now presenting the discussion in an audio format to provide some additional context.

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