Cleveland Cops: Fewer Tickets After Layoff Threat

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When talk of police layoffs in Cleveland heated up last fall, enforcement of the law slowed considerably, reports the Cleveland Plain Dealer. Police wrote far fewer tickets, starting in November than in previous years. Drunken-driving and felony arrests also dropped. Also during the layoff debate, both police and firefighters called in sick at much higher
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