San Jose Police Don't Vote "No" For Chief - NBC Bay Area

San Jose Police Don't Vote "No" For Chief

San Jose's chief of police will not face a vote of no confidence.



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    The San Jose police department is not happy with Chief Chris Moore. But they're not ready to declare for their record their problems with him, either.

     Moore avoided a "no confidence" vote from his union on Monday.
    There is not "a lot of confidence" in Moore or his leadership style, according to the head of the San Jose Police Officers' Association.
    But the 300 police who attended the morning meeting, angry over layoffs and conflicts with the city council, declined to go the extra step and voice their displeasure with the chief.