4,000 Officers On Track to Leave The NYPD in 2022



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    4,000 Officers On Track to Leave The NYPD in 2022

    The size of the NYPD is shrinking at a time when crime has become a major issue in New York City. More than 1,400 NYPD officers have quit their jobs this year, according to the NYPD’s Police Benevolent Association • Full Story

    More police officers are leaving the NYPD than at any time in the past 20 years, the head of the union representing the city’s police officers told Chabad info on Monday.

    The march out the door at the NYPD is occurring at a clip of 339 officers a month. By year’s end, more than 4,000 officers will have left the department—the largest number since 2002, said Patrick Lynch, the president of the Police Benevolent Association, which represents NYPD officers.

    “Three thousand have quit or retired so far this year—the most since Sept. 11,” Lynch said.

    More police officers are leaving the NYPD than at any time in the past 20 years, the head of the union representing the city’s police officers told Chabad info on Monday.

    The march out the door at the NYPD is occurring at a clip of 339 officers a month. By year’s end, more than 4,000 officers will have left the department—the largest number since 2002, said Patrick Lynch, the president of the Police Benevolent Association, which represents NYPD officers.

    “Three thousand have quit or retired so far this year—the most since Sept. 11,” Lynch said.

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