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The final candidate for chief of the University of Kansas Public Safety Office said Friday […]
The second of three candidates to become the next chief of the University of Kansas Public Safety Office on Thursday made clear that he and many other police chiefs across the country recognize a need for police reform.
All people entering courtrooms, court offices or adjacent hallways will still be required to wear masks in Douglas County District Court, despite the county’s health order expiring last week.
For Terence Calloway, reforming a university police department takes a multifaceted effort, he said. He’s one of three finalists to take over as chief of KU’s Public Safety Office after current chief Chris Keary announced internally that he planned to retire this year.
The search for the next leader of the University of Kansas Public Safety Office has narrowed to three finalists — all of whom will deliver campus community presentations this week.
A woman was shot and injured Thursday evening in North Lawrence, police say.
Sarah Gonzales-McLinn will spend about 18 more years behind bars, minimum, for the 2014 murder of Harold “Hal” Sasko.