'Double-dippers' rake in public money
When former San Jose police Chief William Lansdowne retired in 2003, he quickly pinned back on a badge in San Diego and now receives more than $400,000 a year in public money, benefiting from a government perk that California's much-lauded pension reform does nothing to disturb.
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#1 Sep 23, 2012
Union rank and file police do the same thing but, the press only focuses on the chiefs as to not expose their union masters.
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