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Police Academy Opens in Northland
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TitlePolice Academy Opens in Northland
AbstractA ceremony to commemorate the opening of the new Kansas City Police Academy was held November 13, 2007. Speakers included Mayor Mark Funkhouser and Missouri Governor Matt Blunt. "The 132-acre facility at Pleasant Valley Road and Shoal Creek Parkway includes a 125,000-square-foot main building and a situational training building." Included with the facility is "a 500-seat auditorium, a 1.1-mile driving track, a suspended four-lane indoor track encircling a full-size basketball court, a 22,5000-square-foot indoor pistol range with 30 lanes and a 200-yard outdoor rifle range." The cost was $35 million. Includes a picture of the building and a map of its location.
AuthorAndy Hyland
DateNovember 14, 2007
SourceThe Kansas City Star
LocationVertical File: Kansas City, Mo.--Police Department
SubjectLaw enforcement training
Local SubjectKansas City Police Academy
Police Department
Item TypeNewspaper Article
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Item ID217968
CONTENTdm number37359
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