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Police department switching to 12-hour shifts, Tenn.


April 04, 2001
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Police department switching to 12-hour shifts, Tenn.

Ralph Russo The Associated Press
March 30, 2001, Friday, Final Edition
Copyright 2001 The Commercial Appeal
The Commercial Appeal (Memphis, TN)
March 30, 2001, Friday, Final Edition

(JACKSON, Tenn.) - Police will work longer shifts and have more days off under a new plan to increase street visibility that also includes some officers taking patrol cars home.

Mayor Harvey Johnson Jr. and interim Chief Jim French announced the switch to a 12-hour workday on Thursday.

Full story: Police department switching to 12-hour shifts, Tenn.





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