San Jose police officers have rejected a 3 percent raise from city officials -- unless city official double their offer, according to reports.
The police union resoundingly rejected the raise offer, with 954 officers voting against and only two voting in favor, according to the San Jose Mercury News.
The small raise, coming after years of pay cuts, "will not slow or stop the exodus of San Jose police officers leaving to work for other organizations," union vice president John Robb told the newspaper.
San Jose cops had 10 percent pay cuts a few years ago, the newspaper reported. They're now retiring or departing the force for other agencies because of San Jose's low pay.