Growing San Diego Police Officer Vacancies Prompt Chief And Union To Call For New Recruiting Campaign

San Diego’s growing rash of police officer vacancies is prompting calls for the city to spend over 12 times more money on recruitment than Mayor Todd Gloria proposed in his budget for the coming fiscal year.

The vacancies, which surpassed 200 in April, have been blamed for slower response times to non-emergency calls, less proactive policing and shrinking revenue from citations.

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