S.C. Chief Proposes Incentive Pay for Officers to Move into Crime-Ridden Neighborhoods
December 18, 2008
Columbia Police Chief Tandy Carter wants to let officers take their cars home and to pay them up to $10,000 each to buy a house in one of the city’s most unsafe neighborhoods — and City Council members want to borrow money to pay for it.
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