MAULDIN, SC (FOX Carolina) - Multiple police officers have resigned from the Mauldin Police Department, according to documents from the South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy.

The “routine separation” documents show four officers and a 911 dispatcher resigned between June 4-7.

The reports, which were filed Wednesday, all list “resigned” as the reason for separation and state that the reasons for separation for the officers do not involve misconduct.

Mauldin's City Administrator Brandon Madden could not say much about the "personnel issue."

Madden did say that "Operationally, (Mauldin) is in good standing. The community is well cared for and (Mauldin) has a Class 1 Fire Department."

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