KUSI: ‘Crime rates are likely to rise’ if police retention isn’t addressed, Alvarez says

In an effort to address the retention problem San Diego police departments are facing, Councilman David Alvarez proposed further pay increases and better training programs for officers.

The city has spent or committed $140 million over four years, only to see more officers leave the police department, Alvarez, who represents San Diego’s District 8, said.

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