Cleveland Moves To 12-Hour Shifts, Increases Pay In Effort To Retain Police Officers

CLEVELAND, OH — After months of negotiations, the City of Cleveland and the two main police unions have reached an agreement aimed at retaining the city’s police officers.

Veteran officers will receive a 14% pay increase, and officers will move to 12-hour shifts.

Mayor Justin Bibb and union leaders made the announcement at the city’s First District Headquarters during a news conference Friday morning.

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