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Entire police department resigns in Missouri

A small town in Missouri, with an estimated population of fewer than 2,500 people, has lost five police officers. The resignations have cited reasons like not having qualified officers, the current pay rate, no police clerk to assist in the administration of the department, and new opportunities to better themselves.
3 months ago

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Every officer in Missouri city police department resigns

A small Missouri town lost its police chief and all the officers in the department after they abruptly announced their resignations.

3 months ago|Los Angeles, United States
The Independent
The IndependentL

Police chief and entire force quit ‘unexpectedly’ in Missouri town

Kimberling mayor calls move ‘unexpectant and disappointing’

3 months ago|London, United Kingdom
The Hill
The HillC

Entire police department resigns in Missouri

Officers reported a number of reasons why they resigned.

3 months ago|Washington, United States
Washington Examiner
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Every officer in Missouri city police department resigns

A small Missouri town lost its police chief and all the officers in the department after they abruptly announced their resignations.

3 months ago|Washington, United States
The Daily Caller
The Daily CallerR

Police Department Set To Have Zero Employees After Chief, All Officers Resign

A Missouri police department will have no employees within the next few weeks after all officers, the sergeant and police chief all resigned, according to reports.

3 months ago|Washington, United States
The Blaze
The BlazeR

Entire police department abruptly resigns, leaving rural Missouri town without city police

A rural town in southern Missouri will be without a municipal police force, at least temporarily, after the entire police department has resigned.What are the details?Kimberling City Police Chief Craig Alexander submitted his resignation on Aug. 23, informing Kimberling City Mayor Bob Fritz that he ...

3 months ago|United States
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Entire Missouri police force 'unexpectedly' resigns

(LAW OFFICER) – As police agencies across the country have struggled with staffing amid the anti-police sentiment and their local leaders supporting the defund the police movement, a small town in Missouri just lost its entire force as the chief and all of his officers submitted their resignations citing reasons from the pay rate to not having the proper tools to do the job.Kimberling City Police Chief Craig Alexander was the first to put in his…

3 months ago|Medford, United States
MEAWW Entertainment
MEAWW EntertainmentR

Missouri town's entire police force quit 'unexpectedly', mayor says 'we'll be fine'

Kimberling City’s ENTIRE police force quits, mayor says 'we'll be fine'KIMBERLING CITY, MISSOURI: In a small town in Missouri, with an estimated population of fewer than 2,500 people, three officers, a sergeant, and the police chief have turned in their resignations. While the resignations will take effect over the next few weeks, the problem is that these five people are the entirety of Kimberling City’s police department. The first resignation…

3 months ago|
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Hutto police chief resigns effective Sept. 30, assistant chief to take over on interim basis

HUTTO, Texas (KXAN) — Hutto's police chief is resigning at the end of September.A press release from the city of Hutto said after four years, Paul Hall will step down at the city's police chief effective Sept. 30. Cody Cazales, the city's assistant police chief, will serve as the interim chief while a search for a permanent replacement happens.The press release said the search for the next chief "will incorporate significant community input.""Th…

3 months ago|Austin, United States
The Epoch Times
The Epoch TimesR

Missouri Police Chief Suddenly Resigns Along With Every Officer

A Missouri police chief said that he and all of his officers tendered their resignations, saying the pay ...

3 months ago|New York, United States
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BIAS COVERAGE DISTRIBUTION

16 of these news sources are bias rated
12 lean RIGHT
 
C 19%
R 75%
The Independent
The Hill
KXAN
KY3 News
MEAWW Entertainment
justthenews.com
Denver Gazette
Law Officer
Washington Examiner
The Daily Caller
The Blaze
The Epoch Times
The Western Journal
Law Enforcement Today
Fox News
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