Toronto looks for ways to reduce security costs for Pan Am Games
By Canadian SecurityNews Public Sector
The Pan American Games will rack up police overtime; the question is how much.
With years to prepare, and examples from other cities to look to, organizers have dreamed up ways to leave Toronto police officers free to staff the event. That includes shutting down the city’s police college and certain courtrooms for all of July, as well as nearly halving the amount of vacation officers can take that month.
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