Who We Are Nathan Garrett Through years of unique experience as a state and federal law enforcement officer and prosecutor, Nathan Garret has gained a judgement suitable for effectively advocating for the needs of the Kansas City Police Department. As a federal prosecutor, Nathan served as Chief of the National Security and Terrorism Section in the United States Attorney’s Office for the Western District of Missouri. He also served as an Assistant United States Attorney for the Northern District of Texas in Dallas, an FBI Special Agent, a Missouri State Trooper, and a state prosecutor. From 2017 to 2021, Nathan served as a Commissioner on the Kansas City Board of Police Commissioners where he spent two years as president. He oversaw the nearly 2,000-member organization while maintaining his full-time law practice. Shannon O’Boyle Growing up in Houston as the daughter of a police officer, Shannon O’Boyle’s appreciation for the police grew from a young age. As a child, she was proud of her father knowing that he was brave and the work he did to protect their community was honorable. Shannon relocated from Houston to Kansas City’s Waldo/Brookside area over twenty years ago and has watched the city grow and prosper. She and her husband have raised three children here and are proud to call Kansas City home. Shannon’s admiration for police and gratitude for how they serve our city grows as she sees the challenges our city officials place on them.