Savannah (GA) Police Chief Roy Minter faces HR complaints from 77 officers. (Photo: Savannah PD) -

Savannah (GA) Police Chief Roy Minter faces HR complaints from 77 officers. (Photo: Savannah PD)

A group of 77 members of the Savannah (GA) Police Department, including the captains of all four precincts, have signed a statement of workplace conflict with 22 complaints against Savannah Police Chief Roy Minter.

The undated letter, sent to the city of Savannah’s Human Resources Department, includes claims of favoritism, public embarrassment and “outright disrespect” shown by Minter between August 2018 — when Minter first took the reins of the department — and the present, SavannahNow reports.

The names of Northwest Precinct Capt. Cary Hill, Southside Precinct Capt. Michelle Halford, Eastside Precinct Capt. George Gundich and Central Precinct Capt. Tonya Reid appear among the 77 staffers who signed the complaint. Lieutenants, sergeants, corporals, patrol officers and detectives are among the names on the list.

 

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