A survey of more than 90 Santa Fe police officers shows a large majority of them lack confidence in police Chief Ray Rael’s ability to lead the department.
A survey conducted in February and released this week by the Santa Fe Police Officers Association and its president, Adam Gallegos, shows 76 percent of officers are not confident in the leadership of the Santa Fe Police Department. Eighty-five percent said Rael has not set forth a clear mission for the agency, 86 percent said Rael’s administration is untrustworthy, and 81 percent said it is not capable of meeting the “demands of the future.”
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