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NYPD Cops Leaving Force in Droves

In New York City, more police officers are reportedly rushing out as crime is rampant in their communities.

news come He declined to say why he submitted his resignation following the resignation of former New York City Police Department (NYPD) chief Keecchant Sewell, NBC New York reported. report June 14th.

on the other hand, new york post An article published on Saturday cited data on police exodus, saying, “By June 30, 648 police officers had retired before they retired this year. 22 from 2021, when 530 retired. 87% increase from 2020, when 347 people retired.” data show. “

According to reports, the decision to resign and the New York Police Department’s hiring problems will leave the 34,000 police officers short of more than 1,000.

“Cops are being squeezed from all sides. They are working an inhumane amount of forced overtime. They’re trying to ruin the careers of police officers,” said Patrick Hendry, president of the Police Charity Association.

Many police officers are underpaid and cannot afford to take risks, he said, adding that the New York Police Department needs to be more tolerant of the staff it already employs.

Police officers typically serve 20 years in order to receive their pension. director He cited data that reportedly shows police officers are using up their paid leave before retiring.

Hostility towards police officers, bail reform and a wave of crime are fueling dissatisfaction within the National Police Agency, the newspaper said.

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“The recent Finest leak was triggered by a ‘continuous build-up’ by city council and police oversight bodies, an insider told the Post,” the paper added.

Meanwhile, as rampant crime hits communities, New York City police officers reportedly saw a 32% increase in injuries so far in 2023 compared to 2022.

In March, a New Yorker Said Fox 5 New York Crime was “getting worse.”

“Unbelievable. I can’t even go out into the street,” she added.

Another resident said, “Crime has increased a lot. It’s like we get on the train because we’re afraid something might happen.”

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