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Myers Participates On KCPT & Ingram's New TV Series
published June, 24, 2005

Friday, June 24, 2005


Media Release

    Former Sheriff Participates On KCPT & Ingram's New TV Series

    Panel discusses roots causes of Kansas City crime


MISSION, KAN. - This month, KCPT and Ingram's Magazine will air a program moderated by KCPT's Nick Haines and a panel of experts including Currie Myers, former Johnson County Sheriff; Mike Sanders, Jackson County Prosecutor; Paul Morrison, Johnson County Prosecutor; Kirk Black, KCTV-5 General Manager; and Jack Cashill, Ingram's Executive Editor about the root causes of crime. 


The show, organized by Ingram's Magazine and KCPT, is part of a new TV series called "Kansas City at the Crossroads."


"I would like to thank Ingram's Magazine and KCPT for organizing this important program," said Myers. "We are certainly at a crossroads with regard to crime and it's important that these types of discussions occur to address future crime threats and raise public awareness."


Myers recently launched a Kansas City-based company called Sheriff Myers and Associates, an independent risk consulting company that reduces the risk of security threats by capitalizing on business opportunities and protecting employees and assets.  For more information about the company, go to www.sheriffmyers.com.


"Kansas City at the Crossroads" will broadcast Friday, June 24 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, June 26 at 11 a.m.  Ingram's Magazine will also publish the discussion in their June 2005 issue.