523 NYPD ranks and files were hit even harder in June as 523 police officers retired or resigned. To the amazing pension fund stats obtained by the post.
According to police sources, 400 of them retired and another 123 resigned.
To date, 2,119 police officers have retired in 2022, 1,472 have resigned, and 647 have resigned. This is 38% above the historical record of 1,535 in the first half of 2020.
"Exodus has become stampede. Not only has it lost an experienced veteran, but it is also at the height of their careers that are talented elsewhere. I have lost a police officer, "said Patrick Lynch, president of the Police Charity Association .
"NYPD cannot continue to report on this staffing crisis with more and more overtime, which means they can make more money and have a better quality of life. It will drive more police to pursue other opportunities that can be done, "he added.
A rush at the New York Police Department's Pension Division office at 1 Police Plaza on Thursday was similar to a concert ticket present, police sources said. He added that most of the "hundreds of people" online had previously submitted documents, ID cards and shields.
"Many NYPD members are gone. I've been to this office about 20 times and haven't seen more than a couple of people waiting.
"This happened less than a few months after the 9.11 incident."rang Blue, a retired emergency service unit police officer. Another commenter tweeted a photo of the same line meandering through the door.
Today's NYPD pension section. Many NYPD members are leaving. I've been to this office about 20 times and haven't seen more than a couple of people waiting. pic.twitter.com/f35uet8KaO— Rob O'Donnell (@odonnell_r)June 30, 2022
Last month, the post reported thatmore than 1,500 officers resigned or retired.
Officers usually work for more than 20 years and collect the full pension. This is equivalent to 50% of the final average salary. The data retrieved by The Post shows who is "running time" or using a holiday that occurred before the end. These police officers are still considered to have power in NYPD's own statistics.
Anti-police hostility, bail reform, increased crime, andcity vaccination obligations (currently suspended) will use other civil servants to green pastures We will do tests that upset the class and files that we are supposed to go to, such as police stations such as Long Island, MTA Port Authority, and out-of-states such as Florida, Texas, and Arizona.
Frustrated NYPD detective also "has enough Was. "The post reported this week. More than 100 researchers will retire in June, and another 75 will publish their papers this month.
Joseph Jacaron, a professor at the Criminal Justice University of John Jay and a former New York Police Department sergeant, said when he applied for retirement in 2011, only two others were online.
Escape about Mass, he hasn't seen him follow his face right away. "It seems that there are only two types of NYPD police officers left. One who can go out and the other who can't."
Annual Turnover Until June 30
Year / Retirement / Retirement / Total
2022 / 1,472 / 647/2119
2021 / 1,064 / 443 / 1,507
2020 / 1,236 / 299 / 1,535
2019 / 1,056 / 241/1297
Source: NYPD Pension Fund Data