‘We Have Underpaid Compared To Other Cities’: Cleveland Division Of Police Still Losing Officers

CLEVELAND — The Cleveland Division of Police has been struggling for years to recruit and keep officers. The shortage continues to grow every week as more officers retire or leave for better paying police jobs elsewhere.

“The thing that is unknown and is even scarier is that we probably have 200 more officers that could go at any time,” Cleveland City Council President Blaine Griffin told 3News in a recent interview, “and that could put us in a real crisis.”

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