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Catalytic converter thieves, beware: Free engraving Oct. 4 at MCC-Longview

The Metropolitan Community College Police Department and automotive technology program are teaming up to deter would-be thieves of catalytic converters on vehicles. At the “Etch and Catch” event — 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday, Oct. 4, at MCC-Longview in Lee’s Summit — car owners can get their catalytic converters engraved with the vehicle identification …

‘Etch and Catch’ catalytic converter event April 26 at MCC-Longview

The Metropolitan Community College Police Department and automotive technology program are teaming up to deter would-be thieves of catalytic converters on vehicles. At the “Etch and Catch” event — 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday, April 26, at MCC-Longview in Lee’s Summit — car owners can get their catalytic converters engraved with the vehicle identification …

At MCC-Longview, etching vehicles for a cause

Metropolitan Community College-Longview police, automotive technology faculty and students, along with Campus Life and Leadership, worked together recently to host a crime prevention event to help students and employees protect important parts located under their vehicles. MCC-Longview police officers recognized that catalytic converter theft was becoming more prevalent in the Lee’s Summit area and asked …

MCC names new police chief

MCC has named Londell Jamerson as the chief of police for the MCC Police Department, effective Nov. 1, 2013. Jamerson replaces William Hudson, the college’s first chief of police, who retired in June. Jamerson comes to MCC after 32 years with the Missouri State Highway Patrol, where he most recently served as captain and director …

Safe from the storm: MCC tornado shelters featured on KMBC

One of MCC’s six storm shelters, or ‘safe rooms’, was featured Wednesday in a KMBC 9 News story about storm shelter resources in Kansas City. Click here to watch the news story. MCC’s safe rooms, completed in 2008 with the help of a grant from the Federal Emergency Mangement Agency (FEMA), are located on each campus …

Assault reported at MCC-Longview

This morning around 11:00, the MCC Police Department received a report  of an assault at MCC-Longview. The alleged assault occurred inside the MCC-Longview Cultural Arts building. The suspect is described as a male, 5’8”, wearing a dark hoodie and gloves, and having a deep voice. He was reported to be carrying an unknown weapon. The suspect …