Gold is the standard by which value is measured and the value of justice is golden. The eagle soars above the surface of everyday activities. The panoramic view is vital to the gathering of information and the eagles role is to watch, to observe and to analyze. The Wichita Crime Commission is not a law enforcement agency. It is an organization of concerned citizens who exercise the right to investigate community conditions and work to improve those areas which are deemed to be unacceptable. For the past 63 years, the history of the Crime commission has been one of cooperation with local, state and federal agencies and other citizens groups engaged in the fight against crime. The eagle is a keen-eyed, hardy, independent creature, recognized and respected as a law-and-order symbol.
Bob Neace in 1988, is symbolic of the organizations total image. The stylized W for Wichita defines the organizations parameters of influence. Twelve gold bars symbolize the 12 founders and form the eagles wingspan.
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Thank You for Visiting The Wichita Crime Commission Website About WCC. WICHITA CRIME COMMISSION, INC. Established, 1952 The year 2015 marks the 63rd anniversary of the Wichita Crime Commission, making our organization one of the oldest citizen-based crime commissions in the United States.