The reason city of Wichita employees are on the Brady/Giglio list is that they have in their collective histories 10 misdemeanor convictions, two felony convictions, seven instances of giving false information or departing from the truth, and seven false reports, the city said in its letter, signed by Deputy City Attorney Jay Hinkel.
The reason city of Wichita employees are on the Brady/Giglio list is that they have in their collective histories 10 misdemeanor convictions, two felony convictions, seven instances of giving false information or departing from the truth, and seven false reports, the city said in its letter, signed by Deputy City Attorney Jay Hinkel. File photo
The reason city of Wichita employees are on the Brady/Giglio list is that they have in their collective histories 10 misdemeanor convictions, two felony convictions, seven instances of giving false information or departing from the truth, and seven false reports, the city said in its letter, signed by Deputy City Attorney Jay Hinkel. File photo

Wichita says 26 police employees have credibility-disclosure issues

August 21, 2014 11:39 AM