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Police department chiefs and sheriffs have been given broad discretion in how to use the funds; some planned uses include adding body camera programs, purchasing new cruisers and updating training
“The Police Department should clearly define what constitutes a ‘shift’ and should clarify the specific situations that would merit an officer not taking an eight-hour break between shifts,” the audit says
The protests drew a 230-day response that involved 178 agencies, resulted in 761 arrests and required a four-day cleanup of the camp and 600 bins to remove 9.8 million pounds of trash
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Only one deputy will be on duty in Concord Township at any given time after voters rejected the public safety tax
The Ripley Police Department will only be able to sustain three officers if the proposal passes, leaving several hours of the day with no cops on duty
“The borough did what was necessary to balance the budget for 2024,” Newville Police Chief Todd Koser said. “It is as simple as that”
The decision by the Starke City Commission will leave 11 officers without a job starting on March 1
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Mayor Eric Adams stated there won’t be a hiring freeze of NYPD officers, allowing the department to start a new academy class in April that would have been canceled
“I am tired of the harassment of this village board and all the crap I’ve been dealing with throughout the years,” an officer said during a December board meeting
“Sometimes, you have to take the emotion out of it and think about what’s best financially and viability-wise,” a Hampton board member said
The audit found that the program costs the city about $46 million per year and that many logged flight hours were not flights “of the highest priority”
The contract calls for sergeants, lieutenants and captains to receive 3% raises annually retroactive for the years they went without a contract
“I’m talking to my budget team right now about how we can support the city because the city has to be safe. I’ll work with the mayor to make sure that’s accomplished,” Gov. Kathy Hochul said
Mayor Eric Adams announced that next year’s city budget will come with “extremely painful” cuts, which are likely to impact the NYPD and FDNY
The move would give the department chief more discretion to fill, change or leave vacant officer shifts and respond to department needs
The long processing times were called into question last year when a man was convicted of a 2021 rape weeks after killing a woman in 2022