Observer: Greg Wurst
The Riley County Law Board met at noon on Monday, June 19.
There were general comments on a Manhattan Mercury editorial which stated that the RCPD was not timely in responding to their requests for information. The gist was that the RCPD had to work at it’s own pace and was not responsible for commenting before the Mercury press time.
There was no public comment on the proposed 2018 budget which was passed.
There was a 30 minute executive session.
Captain Schoen reported that Coplogic software has been tried and is not being used because it was supposed to cut down on paperwork, but it is more important for an officer to respond rather than just make a computer report.
Meeting was adjourned.