Manchester chief defends department's use of police-issued cell phones for personal calls
"So if they make a personal phone call, they're actually paying four cents a minute and that's to offset some of the records costs," Willard said.
Mara said it is in the city's best interest to issue officers phones instead of expecting them to carry one phone for work and another for personal use.
"This is just for informational purposes so we don't need to take any action on that," Greazzo said.
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