‘We’re At A Dire Level’: Nearly 100 LMPD Officers Eligible To Retire As Staffing Shortage Continues

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — July 31 could mark a bittersweet moment for Louisville Metro Police (LMPD) as they plan to congratulate officers retiring after years of service while simultaneously suffering more losses to its staff.

Through an open records request, WHAS11 learned 95 police officers, sergeants, lieutenants and others have the option to call it a career at the department starting on Sunday.

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