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Entire police department resigns in Missouri

Summary by Ground News
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.
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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.

1 year ago·Los Angeles, United States
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The IndependentThe Independent

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

Kimberling mayor calls move ‘unexpectant and disappointing’

1 year ago·London, United Kingdom
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The HillThe Hill

Entire police department resigns in Missouri

Officers reported a number of reasons why they resigned.

1 year ago·Washington, United States
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Washington ExaminerWashington Examiner

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.

1 year ago·Washington, United States
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The Daily CallerThe Daily Caller

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.

1 year ago·Washington, United States
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The Epoch TimesThe Epoch Times

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 ...

1 year ago·New York, United States
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