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At San Francisco Park Patrol, corruption allegations don’t die easily

Thursday, July 19, 2012

The city is getting ready to shell out $250,000 to a whistle-blower who exposed alleged overtime-stuffing and other corrupt practices at the San Francisco Park Patrol, the unit that monitors the city’s parks. Ex-park patrol officer Mike Horan began laying out his claims against top officers in the department back in 2006. So what’s changed? Matt Smith at The Bay Citizen says apparently not much, and details how alleged overtime abuses persist.

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