Chiefs Are Held To Higher Standard; 9 of 30 Have Departed In Big Cities

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In the nation’s 30 largest cities, nine chiefs have departed this year alone, compared with the previous decade’s average of four per year. Four retired, while three were fired, and another two resigned after the Department of Justice investigated their departments, says the Christian Science Monitor. “I talk to enough chiefs who recognize they’re one
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