Firefighters in Kansas City, Kan., were paid $920,000 for work they didn’t do last year, the result of a shift-trading policy gone awry. Most fire departments in Johnson County have found a better approach and have put a stop to buying and selling shifts.
Firefighters in Kansas City, Kan., were paid $920,000 for work they didn’t do last year, the result of a shift-trading policy gone awry. Most fire departments in Johnson County have found a better approach and have put a stop to buying and selling shifts. File photo
Firefighters in Kansas City, Kan., were paid $920,000 for work they didn’t do last year, the result of a shift-trading policy gone awry. Most fire departments in Johnson County have found a better approach and have put a stop to buying and selling shifts. File photo

KCK firefighters should learn from Johnson County and end corrupt shift trading

February 09, 2018 08:30 PM