Kansas Law Enforcement Center Says it Needs an Update

(AP) – Operators of the state’s central law enforcement training facility say $3.9 million is need from the Legislature to avoid extreme cuts.
The Lawrence Journal-World reports that the Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center is generating less revenue than expected. The University of Kansas runs the center near the southern Kansas town of Yoder as part of its continuing education program.
Center director Ed Pavey says the district and municipal court docket fees that the center has relied on as its main funding source have plummeted in recent years. The center attributes the drop largely to fewer traffic tickets being issued.
Pavey said the center needs more money to ensure it’s able to continue operating and keep up with payments on bonds issued to finance an expansion

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