DIVIDED BY THE SURVEY ON HOUSTON’S CHIEF OF POLICE!
This week the Houston Police Officers’ Union should announce the results of their department wide survey on Chief Harold Hurtt. This comes as the union and some members of the rank and file feel like Hurtt hasn’t done an adequate job as chief at The Houston Police Department. It was last month when the union held a highly critical press conference on their chief saying he wasn’t committed to the officers on the force. 4700 surveys were sent out to officers and the results are expected to be announced on July 11 by union president Hans Marticiuc. The Insite has obtained a copy of the survey. Take a look at the questions officers are told to answer or rate the chief.
(Click to enlarge the surveys)
(STAY TUNED TO FOX 26 NEWS FOR MORE DETAILS AND UPDATES ON THE SURVEY)
UPDATE AT 12:49P.M. – HANS SAYS THE RESULTS OF THE SURVEY MAY BE DELAYED BY A WEEK BECAUSE HE WILL BE OUT OF TOWN UNTIL FRIDAY…THE INISTE WILL KEEP YOU POSTED!