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San Diego Facing Extreme Officer Shortage, Renegotiating Union Contract


"Going 10 years without a salary increase has wreaked havoc on our recruiting efforts," said Brian Marvel, director of the SDPOA. He explained there are more sworn officers leaving the department than those that are being hired per year. More Here.

July 25, 2017

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kevcopaz @ 7/26/2017 10:11 PM

You get the quality and the quantity of police service that you PAY for, I hope that this changes otherwise all of the officers that can leave should leave, hell with that cheap city. We could use the cops here in Az if they want to come, better pay,m cheaper housing and conservative and MJ NOT LEGAL here. Plus we are in the top ten states (6) in incarceration rates, we don't use the CA model of decriminalization and letting convicts out for lack of space. Come join us a Conservative law abiding state that also works with ICE! (other then Tucson, a bit of CA even in out state)

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