Chief of Police Asked to Leave
Today, the Police Benevolent Association is calling for the resignation of High Springs Police Chief Jim Trioano, or for High Springs City Officials to fire him.
The PBA says they've received complaints from within the High Springs Police Department and outside of the department for over a year and half...
The PBA gave out a survey on June 24 to 12 employees of the High Springs Police Department.
Nine employees returned the survey.
The PBA says that this represents 75 percent of the employees at the police department.
100 percent of the surveys show that every employee wants to get rid of the police chief, Jim Troiano.
According to the PBA, they have tried to talk to city officials and Chief Troiano himself to come up with a resolution. But they say nothing has worked.
The PBA says that this is last the result... We'll have more on this story tonight at 6:00pm.
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