LMPD patrol officers now working new, eight-hour schedules
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Louisville Metro Police officers are now working their new schedules.
Patrol officers just started working eight-hour shifts, with six on and two off. Most officers had worked 10-hour shifts, four days a week.
Police Chief Steve Conrad says the change will be good for the community, but many officers say they're not happy about it. Some think it will likely bring down department morale. Others say it takes away time they would normally spend with their families.
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