By Ashley Silver


TEHAMA COUNTY, Calif. — One California sheriff’s workplace is reportedly suspending daytime patrol companies as a result of a “catastrophic staffing scarcity.”

The suspension will take impact Nov. 20. In line with KRCR Information, the Tehama County Sheriff’s Workplace (TCSO) is continuous to expertise boundaries to recruitment and retention as a result of pay disparities. 

Tehama County Sheriff's Office discontinues daytime patrols due to staffing shortage.

Tehama County Sheriff’s Workplace discontinues daytime patrols as a result of staffing scarcity. (Photograph/YouTube through Motion Information Now)

“A drastic rise in attrition, coupled with the shortcoming to current attractive recruitment efforts have resulted in an unprecedented staffing scarcity,” TCSO wrote in a press release shared by KRCR Information.

The discharge additionally states the division was pressured to reassign deputies to fill vacancies at courts and jails as a result of staffing points of their custody division, based on the report.

Because the TCSO works with the California Freeway Patrol (CHP) to seek out different resolutions, the CHP will likely be responding to calls when TCSO is just not patrolling throughout daytime hours. Nighttime patrols won’t be impacted.

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