A Missouri police department will have no employees within the next few weeks after all officers, the sergeant and police chief all resigned, according to local reports.
The Kimberling City Police Department will be left employee-less after the staff resigned, leaving all calls to the Stone County Sheriff’s Office, according to KY 3.
“Until then we will be answering all the calls in Kimberling City, we can’t enforce city ordinances, but any other calls we will be handling at this time,” Sheriff Doug Rader reportedly said.
Rader said “it will be a struggle to fill the police department back up with qualified officers” but that he hopes they can “start working on that soon,” according to the report.
Chief Craig Alexander and Officer Shaun McCafferty both resigned after accepting positions with Branson West Police Department, according to the report. Others resigned citing lack of qualified officers, pay, no police clerk and trying to better themselves. (Read more from “Police Department Set To Have Zero Employees After Chief, All Officers Resign” HERE)
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