Limerick OKs Lieutenant Position On Its Police Force

Supervisors voted to accept an amendment that defines the lieutenant’s job as a non-union management position under Limerick’s collective bargaining agreement with its rank-and-file officers. The lieutenant becomes Albany’s second-in-command, and will be in charge when the chief is on vacation or otherwise unavailable. Whoever fills the job also will be responsible for managing and following up on cases and investigations in progress, Albany told the newspaper.

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