The nationally respected police force, the NYPD, even has fictitious famous television series built around it, lost a lot of MOJOs due to city budget cuts, and Mayor Bill de Blasio has continued to criticize them with signs of distrust.
As the BLM is causing havoc across the US, more than 5,300 NYPD uniformed officers have retired or are on paperwork to leave in 2020 – a 75% spike from the previous year, the data showed. parts show. More than 1,000 others have followed suit by 2021.
Now, NYPD Police Commissioner Dermot Shea and another top longtime officer have issued their retirement papers a few weeks before Mayor-elect Eric Adams takes office, Posts have learned.
In a sign of virtue and in keeping with the SJW movement, Adams has publicly announced he will appoint a black woman as the next police commissioner and is expected to make an announcement next week. .
Shea, 52, and First Deputy Commissioner Ben Tucker, 70, will retire from the police department on December 31, according to police sources.
Shea’s driver, Det. Thomas Fitzgerald also filed for retirement on Thursday, the sources added.
Shea appointed as police commissioner in November 2019 by Mayor Bill de Blasio, retired former police chief James O’Neill. He, like his predecessor, is considered a patron of Bill Bratton.
Shea was responsible for disbanding the NYPD’s crime-fighting unit – a plainclothes patrol that had engaged local communities. As a result, they have higher rates of police shooting and are linked to the suffocating death of Eric Garner.
Shea’s two-year term has been challenging and contaminated by headlines from the department’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic, the George Floyd protests and the rise in gun violence – as well as claims his bail reform led to an increase in shootings.
Tucker, second in command in the NYPD, was part of the department in 24 years. He has been assigned the role of police commissioner three times.
https://smartzune.com/nypd-in-tail-spin-top-officer-dermot-shea-and-second-in-command-both-file-for-retirement/ NYPD In Tail Spin: Top officer Dermot Shea and second in command both file for retirement