SHAWNEE MISSION, Kan. -- The president of the Kansas Food Dealers Association here said a police training program in Overland Park, Kan., is helping food retailers there cut down on the cashing of forged checks. "We're quite pleased that the police department took the initiative and was willing to do the training themselves," said Jim Sheehan, president of the Kansas Food Dealers Association here. The Overland Park Police Department implemented the training program this spring. The program ...

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