City Of Detroit Announces $2,000 Retention Bonuses For DPD Officers, $1,000 For Police Assistants

DETROIT (CBS Detroit) — In an effort to keep Detroit police officers from leaving to neighboring agencies, city officials announced $2,000 bonuses for full-time officers and $1,000 bonuses for police assistants.

In a press conference on Tuesday, Mayor Mike Duggan said the bonuses come after unanimous approval from the city council. The $2,000 bonuses will go to full-time officers “who are on the job effective Feb. 21,” Duggan said.

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