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Exit Interviews Reveal Significant Discontent at Seattle Police Department

Officers departing the Seattle Police Department left scathing comments in exit interviews, telling a story of widespread discontent in the ranks over perceived micromanagement and a lack of support from city leaders.

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Video: Baltimore Officer is 'Rapper of Positivity' Both On and Off Duty

Officer Joshua Jackson of the Baltimore Police Department has been rapping since he was a 14-year-old freshman in high school. Now that he's an officer with the department, he continues to pursue his art even as he pursues his law enforcement career. In fact, those two goals seem to have a lot more in common than one might immediately imagine.

FOP President: IMPD Experiencing a "Mass Exodus" of Officers

FOP President Rick Snyder said, "Logistically, it does not appear possible to 'outhire' the number of officers that are leaving."

Some Baton Rouge Officers Angry at Firing of Comrade who Shot Alton Sterling

Chief Paul said he took full responsibility for the flack he’s gotten for his decision. He said he did a poor job at the March 30 press conference explaining his reasons for taking the actions he did against Salamoni and Lake.

Maintaining Your Force

To avoid needlessly recruiting additional officers, agencies are working to keep current officers happy in their careers.

Survey: Some 20% of Officers Frequently Frustrated, Angry on Job

Frustration is more prevalent than anger among today’s police officers. About half of the officers surveyed (51%) say their work nearly always (10%) or often (41%) makes them feel frustrated, while 22% say they nearly always (3%) or often (19%) feel angry. When these two measures are combined, a total of 21% of officers say they nearly always or often feel angry and frustrated.

"60 Minutes" to Cover Chicago Violence Spiking While Police Activity Drops This Sunday

“We know there’s almost never one simple explanation for any set of data points,” said 60 Minutes producer Andrew Bast. “So we were very cautious to not draw grand conclusions, but at the same time we wanted to find out what relationship this data had to the spike in violence.”

Memphis Officers Facing Increasing Job Dangers Are Asking “Is It Worth It”

“You kind of wonder is it worth it? What's the nature of the call? Should I put my life on the line to deal with this situation?” Williams said regarding the thought process of an officer. More Here.

Video: Memphis Officers Facing Increasing Job Dangers Are Asking “Is It Worth It?”

“You kind of wonder is it worth it? What's the nature of the call? Should I put my life on the line to deal with this situation?” Williams said regarding the thought process of an officer.

NYPD Officers Unhappy and Feel Less Safe, Union Survey Shows

Roughly 87 percent of cops said the Big Apple has become “less safe” since the new administration took over at the beginning of 2014, with 55 percent of those respondents describing New York City as “a lot less safe.”