Study unveils internal strife at Alamogordo DPS

Posted at: 10/16/2012 9:30 PM
By: The Associated Press

 

ALAMOGORDO, N.M. (AP) - A city-commissioned study says the Alamogordo Department of Public Safety is plagued by infighting and factionalism and the leadership inspires little confidence among subordinates.
 
The 112-page report also cites a strained relationship between ADPS and the Otero County Sheriff's Department.
 
It says those problems are longstanding and preceded the tenures of current Sheriff Benny House and recently retired ADPS director Kelly O. Wallis.
 
The study by the law-enforcement consulting firm Berkshire Advisors was obtained the Alamogordo Daily News.
 
The newspaper says the Alamogordo City Commissioners received the report last month, but kept it secret until Monday.
 
It was released after the Daily News submitted several requests to view the report, which cost the city almost $50,000.
 
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