So many times, with so many things, if something is done badly, everyone screams bloody murder about it. Right?
But done right, done correctly?
Virtually no matter what it is, with too few exceptions, certainly, you don't hear a thing.
That seems especially true with any government office, in general, but police departments, perhaps, particularly.
So when I saw an article at the Star about how the KCMO Police Department apprehended and arrested 3 men for a "robbery attempt" ahead of the robbery---before it even happened, I had questions.
The biggest question was how did they do that?
How did they arrest 3 men for a robbery attempt BEFORE it happenend?
It sounded like something out of Tom Cruise's "Minority Report" movie, of course, with the police arresting people prior to an act. Again, how could and did they do that?
So it was an interesting article to read (see link below) and I have to say, kudos, salutations and congratulations to these officers and the Kansas City, Missouri Police Department for a terrific job, extremely well done.
If you read the article--as everyone in KCMO should--you can see it took some homework and at least 3 mornings in a row of extremely early wakeup calls. (Wanna' deride it? YOU get yer butt outta' bed 3 days in a row at about 4 am to catch some would-be thieves, try to remain anonymous and be successful in catching the clowns. See if you like it or it's easy.)
Just don't forget: "Let's be careful out there."