A report released today says that a significant number of Park Police trainees and graduates are opting to accept full-time positions outside The Park.
The report, which was commissioned by the Archons and conducted by the Department of Well-Being and Safety (DWBS), found that at least eighteen percent of those who graduated within the past five years have availed themselves of employment opportunities in Human police forces outside The Park.
“We are bleeding our brightest and our best,” Kakapo said at a press conference outside Park police headquarters this morning.
Faced with these figures, Kakapo said The Park has no choice but to address the problems that are facing the force. He cited one statistic he called “particularly alarming,” and that is that at least one quarter of the eighteen percent who left listed their top three reasons for the move as better pay, more respect from the public, and less interference from their superiors.
Kakapo said he plans to sit down this weekend with Gareth Shepherd, head of the Federation of Canine Security Workers (FCSW) to discuss what can be done to keep trainees and graduates in The Park.
“This is a crisis situation and we plan to address it as such,” Kakapo said.