Attorney General Jeff Sessions stops in KC to speak on reducing crime

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — United States Attorney General Jeff Sessions stopped in Kansas City Thursday to talk about efforts to reduce violent crime. He delivered remarks at the Charles Evans Whittaker Courthouse downtown.

You can replay his remarks in the video player above. 

Sessions has been on the speaking circuit frequently in the past week. Since last Wednesday he’s given speeches in Washington on the anniversary of September 11, one at the National Narcotic Officers Association, another at the Executive Office for Immigration Review,  and one at a courthouse dedication in his home state of Alabama.

Kansas City experienced a particularly violent summer, highlighted by a stretch of five days where 24 people were shot, five of them died.