1. Concerned Citizen says: March 24, 2016 at 11:09 pmReply

    If 97% of voting SAPOA members actually voted “No Confidence” in Chief McManus, then he needs to step down on his own or City Council should take immediate action. When the vote was first announced I guessed the vote would come back split or in favor of the
    Chief. 97% is ridiculous and speaks volumes as to the command climate within the SAPD. SAPOA put out a ballot and the decision was up to the Officers that protect and serve us. If the majority have lost confidence in their leader, then I stand with them.

  2. Angela says: March 25, 2016 at 12:20 amReply

    McManus should’ve never came back! The majority has spoken, he needs to resign!

  3. Kevin says: March 26, 2016 at 12:47 amReply

    Chief McManus is nothing more than a liberal politician dressed up in a fancy uniform. If he really understood street cops and the dangers they face he would act like a leader but that is just wishful thinking. The San Antonio Police Department needs to hire a real chief of police would lead his people through the dangers of policing.

  4. Lisa Talley says: March 26, 2016 at 3:38 amReply

    I am furious that there is a problem with giving to our police what they need. These men and women walk out the door each and every day not knowing if they will come home. How do you put a price on that?. They are short handed and our own City Manager is suing them. I am so ashamed any City Council member voted for her pay increase and bought stupid toilets for downtown but cant provide for our police force. If you dont have confidence in your chief then he needs to step down. This ongoing argument is an embarrassment to our city. You have my support always! God Bless you all!