Wednesday, June 26, 2013 at 4:00 am (Updated: June 26, 4:01 am)
SHEPHERDSVILLE – Law enforcement officials pledge to protect the public.
But there are times in life when those law enforcement officials need a little protection of their own.
Bullitt County sheriff David Greenwell has sought permission from fiscal court to create a merit system for his deputies.
Merit systems protect employees during an election cycle but the plan also still gives the sheriff the power to fire employees.
It would provide a means to appeal the action to a board.
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