페이지 정보작성자 hangbaek 작성일14-03-13 04:22 조회1,119회 댓글0건
지난 월요일, 웨스트 밴쿠버 (West Vancouver) 경찰서장은 그의 은퇴 결정이 최근 행해진 직원만족도 조사의 ‘부정적 결과’ 때문은 아니라고 밝혔다.
Chief Const. Peter Lepine said in a letter to police members he’ll be stepping down in September when his five-year contract ends.
However, the announcement came the same day a local newspaper published a scathing employee satisfaction report from November.
Coincidentally, Lepine said in his letter he had begun “having conversations” with his police board on a succession plan for the past three months. He maintained his retirement coincides with his 35th year as an officer and it was “always” his intention to leave at that time.
One officer who spoke with 24 hours on the condition of anonymity said employee satisfaction has long been on the decline. “It was low to begin with but this has gotten lower,” he said. “The only thing that will solve any issues currently at the police department is if we were to become part of the Vancouver Police Department, or part of (a) regional police department.”
익명을 요구한 한 경찰관은 직원만족도가 계속해서 감소해왔다고 말했다. “직원만족도는 처음부터 낮았고, 지금은 더 낮아졌습니다. 지금 우리에게 당면한 문제를 해결할 수 있는 단 한가지 방안은 우리가 광역 밴쿠버경찰서 (Vancouver Police Department)의 한 부서로 합병되는 것입니다.”
The officer said harassment is a problem at work, but pointed out claims of sexual harassment were “over-exaggerated.”
다만 부서 내의 낮은 수위의 괴롭힘 같은 문제가 존재하긴 하지만, 성희롱 등으로 불거진 의혹은 과장된 것이라고 그는 밝혔다.
Meanwhile, the search for a new chief has begun, according to the force. It said in a statement crime rates in the wealthy municipality have remained low during Lepine’s time — he came into office in 2009 — and achieved high levels of public support. West Van Mayor Michael Smith said Lepine saw the department “through a period of significant change.”
“이제 그가 시작할 새로운 도전을 응원해주고 싶습니다.”
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