According to MyFoxChicago, Chicago Police personnel have been retiring at twice the usual rate recently, which could leave the city streets short of officers.
They report that at least 110 police officers are retiring in August and September, and retirements in 2020 are projected to be higher than the past couple of years.
The vice president of the board of trustees for the Policemen’s Annuity and Benefit Fund of Chicago partially blames this on a change in health insurance benefits.
I think we know what is the actual driving force behind Chicago Police retirements. Might have something to do with this?
Read the whole story here.
Seattle Police Chief Carmen Best recently announced her retirement due to “lack of respect for her and her officers.”
Just recently over 20 percent of Minneapolis police officers applied for permanent disability mostly related to PTSD after the George Floyd rioting.
And in NYC, which is experiencing a high rate of rioting, looting and crime, NYPD retirements are surging.
I’m sensing a pattern here in demorat-run cities…
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