4-Hour ‘Search’ At Police HQ

It shouldn’t take a police file clerk four hours to pull 50 pages from a filing cabinet, says a Freedom Of Information ruling. The decision came in a complaint against the Weyburn, Sask. Police Service for padding its timesheet on a routine request: “It should take an experienced employee five minutes to search one regular file drawer.”

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