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Police Department Discloses 75% Elevated Quitting And Retiring Officers In 2020 In Comparison To Years Prior

5,300 NYPD officers quit their jobs or retired in 2020, based on News From The Daily Wire.

Based on recent reports, this surge in departures in the force is in a 75% increase compared to 2019.

Allegedly, 2,600 Police officers quit and 2,746 registered paperwork and put in for retirement.

Bernard Kerik said, “No police officer should work in a jurisdiction where they do not have the support of those they work for. Beginning today, I will no longer recommend young people consider the NYPD as a career.”

“One disgusted NYPD sergeant said detectives and deputy inspectors have told him, ‘I have had enough’ and ‘This is not the job I signed up ‘ The sergeant fumed that elected officials are cradling those causing complete chaos on our roads and taking every step to literally handcuff our officers. ”’

“Cops are forming a conga line down at the pension section and I don’t blame them. NYPD cops are looking for better jobs with other departments or even embarking on new careers.”

Key Take Aways:

  1. NYPD is spending money on slick recruiting ads to replace the experienced cops who are leaving in droves.
  2. 5,300 NYPD officers quit their jobs or retired in 2020
  3. The surge in departures from the force is at a 75% increase when compared to 2019

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