A directive from Toledo (Ohio) PD Chief William Moton was sent out Wednesday afternoon immediately terminating off-duty police work at bars, nightclubs, and taverns — any business where alcohol sales are the primary source of revenue, reports the Toledo Blade.

“It's actually our policy,” police Sgt. Joe Heffernan said. “We have made exceptions to this rule in the past, and those exceptions, for the most part, have been pulled.”

The notice to officers states that the chief can still grant exceptions to the rule if officers are asked to work special events — like festivals — where a liquor license is required.

The notice to officers states that the chief can still grant exceptions to the rule if officers are asked to work special events — like festivals — where a liquor license is required.

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