Albuquerque police chief seeks survey results

December 31, 2012 • State News

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Two officials in Albuquerque want the city’s police union to turn over documents from a recent survey of officers that found that the agency was suffering from low morale and that an overwhelming majority of officers disapproved of the police chief’s performance.

The Albuquerque Journal reports ( that Police Chief Ray Schultz and Mayor Richard Berry insist the union should turn over the documents if it wants the perceived problems fixed.

The Albuquerque Police Officers Association has refused to release comments and responses to open-ended questions officers gave in the union-commissioned survey between Login to read more

Related Posts

Leave a Reply

« »