John Lorinc, on the search for police chief Bill Blair’s replacement:
“In fact, when you add it all up—the lunatic politics, the high-handed treatment meted out to public servants and the fact that your peers will never thank you for a job well done—you’ll likely take a pass. Let someone else do the dirty.” That’s the kicker to Lorinc’s latest column for Spacing, in which he imagines the mental arithmetic that any qualified candidate for police chief Bill Blair’s soon-to-be-vacant position will perform before applying for the job. The police board is planning a wide-ranging search, but Lorinc has a point: who, other than someone already on the Toronto police force, would want a job that comes with such high expectations and so much personal and political baggage?
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A Ford relative or Ford Nationite for Police Chief… not.
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