Golf Tournament to Honor Homicide Investigator Landwehr
WICHITA, Kan. - The Wichita Crime Commission renamed its Make Good Choices golf tournament after late Wichita Police homicide lieutenant Ken Landwehr.
Landwehr, who was credited with breaking the BTK murders, died of kidney cancer in January.
Make Good Choices today works with area school resources officers who lead field trips for high school students to area prisons. There, the young people meet with specially trained inmates who are a part of the Reaching Out from Within program. During the visits the inmates talk with the students about how their incarceration began by making bad life decisions when they were young.
The Ken Landwehr Make Good Choices Golf Tournament takes place at Terradyne Country Club on Monday, September 15, 2014. Those interested in playing should contact the Crime Commission at (316) 267-1235, or at firstname.lastname@example.org.