Canadian chief against paid gym time for officers
There's an ''unwritten understanding'' that cops should spend their paid lunch hour in the gym
By Chinta Puxley
WINNIPEG, Canada — Winnipeg's police chief says he would rather have his police officers on the streets fighting crime than in the gym being paid to pump iron.
Police say paid workout time is becoming an issue across Canada as they increasingly face criminals coming out of jail bulked up and trained in mixed martial arts.
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