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Texas Tech Police Officers Expected to Resign

A Texas Tech police officer has filed his intent to resign from the department and according to Kevin Lawrence, Deputy Director of the Texas Municipal Police Association, a half-dozen more officers are expected to follow suit.

Lawrence says a number of officers are disgruntled after Friday's press conference where the university announced Jay Parchman would continue to serve as chief. That came just days after a survey by current and former employees showed a 91% disapproval rate concerning Parchman's managerial skills.

Meanwhile, the university is making plans to create an advertising and recruiting budget for the police department.

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