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But in Cook’s case, FOP lawyer Marc Gelman called no witnesses, and in a department where officers have committed serious crimes and gone back to work, Cook was fired for being late and falsifying time sheets — a charge Cook denies.
Staff also found the shredder on and full of paper, Clay said, with files missing in employee time sheets from 2010, 2011 and 2012.
Officers have to fill out time sheets by hand in order to get paid.
No probable cause to investigate those allegations was found, but the Board of Ethics did give Khan the go-ahead to look into the time sheet issue.
With the sentencing just completed, the Department of Corrections still must process her time sheet and come up with a release date, said spokeswoman Megan Edge.
The Mercedes driver didn't put a foot wrong all weekend, topping the time sheets in all three practice sessions before soaring to an 11th pole of the season in Saturday's qualifying.
Her review also found that Tim Le Monds, the chief of the office’s preparedness and emergency response section, had to change his time sheets after he was found to have been going to the gym or conducting personal business during work time.
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TIME SHEET Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of time sheet for English Language Learners
: a piece of paper that you use to record the hours that you worked each day
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