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Council to Weigh New Police Work Schedule

November 07, 2001|From Times Staff Reports

Negotiators for the police union and the city have tentatively agreed on a compressed work schedule for officers that wouldn't require additional costs, a union official said Tuesday.

The proposed agreement is scheduled for closed-door consideration by the City Council today.

The city had estimated that switching patrol officers to 12- and 10-hour shifts, three and four days a week, would require more officers to be assigned to patrol and possibly cost an additional $25 million a year.

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