Vehicle Audit Released

by Categorized: City Hall, Internal Audit Commission, James Rovella, Pedro Segarra, Police Date:

To help reduce the number of take-home cars, the city should create a vehicle sharing pool and should implement better systems to account for the cars, the city’s chief auditor, H. Patrick Campbell, wrote in a report released Thursday.

It should also update its policies to restrict personal use of the vehicles and consider installing global positioning systems in the cars, Campbell said.

You can read more here.

Here’s the full report: 405-CityofHartfordVehicleInventory,AssignmentandUseAudit

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