Sheriff's Office says overtime cuts are not so easy

Says overtime costs are largely driven by the needs of the city court system


By Marcia Gelbart
The Philadelphia Inquirer

PHILADELPHIA — The Philadelphia Sheriff's Office, asked by the Nutter administration to cut spending more than $2 million, on Tuesday offered this simple answer: We can't.

"We have not been successful," Connie Little, executive assistant to Sheriff John Green, told a meeting of representatives from several city criminal-justice agencies.

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