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yellowwolf (Thomas Moore) says...

Looks like the hotel was in the middle of some construction...a TripAdvisor review from January 1st indicated the hallway ceiling tiles were removed and some sheetrock. From the photos, it looks like they were trying to track down a water leak.

yellowwolf (Thomas Moore) says...

I firmly believe when the policy is written, it should require the municipal court prosecutor or the district attorney to criminally charge any person who falsely accuses a police officer of misconduct when the video evidence or otherwise proves differently. Hold everyone accountable for their actions!!

On Editorial: Body camera policy is crucial

Posted 15 January 2018, 2:38 p.m. Suggest removal

yellowwolf (Thomas Moore) says...

Thank you for your service Mike...One of the most open minded, sincere commissioners I have seen in my thirty years of being a Lawrence resident.

yellowwolf (Thomas Moore) says...

I think we all know what club they’re referring to the 700 block Massachusetts

yellowwolf (Thomas Moore) says...

Dorothy, you hire both because it’s obvious the police department will be short handed due to the impending retirements. The point is no one should be given any preference based on race, age, gender, or their faith.

yellowwolf (Thomas Moore) says...

If you hire someone based on race, gender, or age...Is that not being discriminatory and open the department up to litigation? What happened to hiring the most qualified candidate regardless of the protected class? I don’t want a old man, African American, female, or white male showing up to help me at a time in need just because he/she fits the “mold” of what a department should look like.

yellowwolf (Thomas Moore) says...

Bob, If I remember correctly, the city did plan for this when the police department asked for new police building. There was talk at that time of building a judicial complex which would house a new municipal court building along with the police department but the voters did not support the police department and a new building.

Now that the city is moving forward on a new police department, it should plan on remodeling efforts to move the current municipal court into the judicial building once the police department moves out.

On Editorial: No guns in court

Posted 31 October 2017, 1:54 p.m. Suggest removal

yellowwolf (Thomas Moore) says...

If we are talking police resources specifically for the downtown area, I would support a small tax increase from a downtown benefit district, an increase in parking fines, or an increase in the alcohol tax fund. The city should also charge these bars for any venue they bring to downtown to offset any public safety cost. I’m not sure what a police officer earns but figure five officers earning $75k in salary/benefits so for $425k and you could have a permanent downtown patrol district paid for by the users.

yellowwolf (Thomas Moore) says...

A big shout out to our Lawrence Police officers for showing patience and great team work to bring resolution this situation!!

yellowwolf (Thomas Moore) says...

Excellent job officer!!! We often take your job for granted and appreciate everything all of you do to keep us safe.

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