KS-CPOST director Gary Steed at his office on near 21st and Amidon. Steed, a former Sedgwick County sheriff, has in the past four years overseen a dramatic increase in holding officers accountable for misbehavior as director of the KS-CPOST: More than four times as many officers are losing their licenses every year. (Dec. 22, 2016)
KS-CPOST director Gary Steed at his office on near 21st and Amidon. Steed, a former Sedgwick County sheriff, has in the past four years overseen a dramatic increase in holding officers accountable for misbehavior as director of the KS-CPOST: More than four times as many officers are losing their licenses every year. (Dec. 22, 2016) Fernando Salazar The Wichita Eagle
KS-CPOST director Gary Steed at his office on near 21st and Amidon. Steed, a former Sedgwick County sheriff, has in the past four years overseen a dramatic increase in holding officers accountable for misbehavior as director of the KS-CPOST: More than four times as many officers are losing their licenses every year. (Dec. 22, 2016) Fernando Salazar The Wichita Eagle

Kansas cracks down on misbehaving cops

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