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Seattle Officers “felt a lack of support and concern for their well-being amid protests, a new report claims.”
Seattle police department officers after leaving the department cited several reasons why they left, among them a serious lack of support for them. With little in the way of support, and a lack of consequences against those who assaulted officers during the riots, it’s a wonder any officers remain on the force.
One officer asked if he would return in the future had this to say:
A veteran police canine officer with than 10 years with SPD reportedly responded bluntly: “I highly doubt it.”
“You could pay me twice what you’re paying me now and I would not work for Seattle under this current political mayhem, Marxist collaborations, and lack of government and police leadership,” the officer wrote.
(Source – all quotes from Fox News)
Another officer said that he or she refused to work with a “socialist city council” and that this combined a political agenda would destroy the very “fabric” of the city.
A common frustration for officers was a lack of consequences for those who committed crimes and even assaulted officers during riots. A lack of police leadership was also cited.
An outgoing patrol officer was quoted as saying:
“In a precinct that is under civil unrest by a small group that is constantly committing multiple felonies and attempting to murder peace officers,” the person’s explanation continued, according to the report. The person later added that they largely enjoyed working with Seattle PD, but “[t]he one thing that I enjoyed the least was the handling of the last three months of riots.”
The Seattle city council also announced plans to slash funding and eliminate up to 100 positions. This prompted Seattle’s police chief to announce her retirement.