Record number of police leaving

April 27, 2021 in MNPEA News by MNPEA

From The Blaze-More than 5,300 officers — or roughly 15% of the force — at the New York Police Department either retired or put in their papers to leave in 2020, the New York Post reported after reviewing department data window movie maker 2012.

In Seattle “the number of officers decreased from 1,247 to 1,203 in a single month.” – MSN

Police in Chicago are leaving at twice the normal rate and in Minneapolis, Alpha news is reporting, “The Minneapolis Police Department started 2021 with about 200 fewer police officers than it had at the beginning of last year Sif Hart.
The MPD kicked off the new year with 817 sworn officers, but with 155 out on leave, the number was down to 638 available and active officers.”

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