State Auditor Mike Harmon, at podium, identified problems Thursday his office found in a special exam of police training and pay programs. With him were Justice Secretary John Tilley, left, and state Rep. Denver Butler, R-Louisville.
State Auditor Mike Harmon, at podium, identified problems Thursday his office found in a special exam of police training and pay programs. With him were Justice Secretary John Tilley, left, and state Rep. Denver Butler, R-Louisville. By Jack Brammer/jbrammer@herald-leader.com
State Auditor Mike Harmon, at podium, identified problems Thursday his office found in a special exam of police training and pay programs. With him were Justice Secretary John Tilley, left, and state Rep. Denver Butler, R-Louisville. By Jack Brammer/jbrammer@herald-leader.com

Problems found in Kentucky’s police training and pay programs

September 29, 2016 10:04 AM

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