So after working for the same department for almost a decade I've decided it's time to leave. We now have a new "chief" who is the complete opposite of our former chief. Former chief was old school, always had our backs, stood up to crackpot city officials, and expected us to kick criminal ass on patrol. Our new "chief" is an admin hack, micromanager, narcissist, sociopath, and doesn't give a damn about crime or criminals. As a matter of fact, this loser doesn't even want arrests because those stats give the appearance of a crime problem in our jurisdiction, even though 99 percent of our proactive officer initiated felony arrests are just people passing through our county on the highway. This poser has no real patrol experience and places all emphasis on community image and perception. He uses cute little buzzwords like "community policing" and "standardized policies". Me and a few other officers cleaned up our town about four years ago, sending dozens of punks to prison and sending others on the run with warrants. The rest of the knuckleheads just moved away after being jacked with repeatedly. For the past three years we have rarely received any calls for service on our night shift, averaging less than one call per shift. But our new poser "chief" is going to destroy everything we worked so hard to accomplish with his new kumbaya ideas like Coffee With A Cop and Cafeteria Cops. Calls for service and crime are going to skyrocket under this idiot's reign and proactive officer initiated felony arrests, which have averaged about 100 per year for the past three years, are going to plummet at least 80 percent. The few good officers at our department are going to flee while the lazy officers will stay. My principles just won't allow me to stick around for the impending disaster. I believe this is the heart of the problem in modern policing: the trend away from actual law enforcement (defined as the discovery of criminal activity and the pursuit and apprehension of criminals) to the new agey feel-good, smile-and-wave, community courtesy officer. Anyway, what I would like to know is if there is a term you guys use for these types of admin hack police chiefs. I don't mean the typical terms we use off duty to describe them, but rather a legitimate term used that I can include in a book if I ever decide to write one. Thanks, in advance.