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It's the deputies and officers in Walla Walla who decided, as a majority, to work a 12 hour shift schedule. The Chief of Police and Sheriff listened to its officers and deputies and implemented the schedule while balancing public safety needs.
Hey George136.....12 hour shifts just passed by large majority in the WWPD and will staying!!
12 hour shifts just passed by large majority and are staying in the WWPD!!!
One idea worth considering is a "commissary" situation like California requires for their food trucks. A central location for out of the vehicle food storage and food prep as well as vehicle cleaning to standardize the expectation for food safety.
I do not think it is a bad idea to subsidize an idea which produces real world jobs and tax growth. Of course, the leap has to be made to see if this bears fruit.
Way to go Jill...you rock!
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