Honolulu, Hawaii 2022-05-28 19:02:18 –
Honolulu (KHON2) — The city and county of Honolulu have released an audit of the Honolulu Police Department’s overtime policy.
The report focused on the problem and solution of overtime at the Honolulu Police Department.
According to the audit, overtime management is not effective because the HPD policy on overtime is not consistently applied and interpreted in different ways.
According to a city audit, by allowing unlimited use of overtime, HPD does not consider risks such as executive fatigue.
Audits include increasing the number of police officers, reassessing the minimum required staffing, standardizing overtime policies to ensure that police officers are not tired, using technology to track the causes of overtime most, and A system that provided six ways to improve by considering alternatives to manual overtime.
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The report was originally scheduled for April 14, but COVID has extended the deadline to May 29.
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