The Kansas City police board is taking exception to a proposal to reduce the number of squad cars being taken home. The city auditor says Kansas City could save thousands of dollars by reducing the number of cars police officers are allowed to take home. Police board commissioner Karl Zobrist says, though, when cops take their cars home, it increases visibility. Mayor Kay Barnes seems skeptical of the assertion. She says many of the cars being taken home are unmarked.
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