San Jose Police Union Warn Cadets of Pay Cuts

By Damian Trujillo
|  Thursday, Aug 8, 2013  |  Updated 6:40 PM PDT
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The sharp accusations keep flying between San Jose police and city hall. The police union just told new academy cadets they will get a pay cut once they graduate and hit the streets. The union blames the new voter approved pension reform system. NBC Bay Area's Damian Trujillo reports from police headquarters.

The sharp accusations keep flying between San Jose police and city hall. The police union just told new academy cadets they will get a pay cut once they graduate and hit the streets. The union blames the new voter approved pension reform system. NBC Bay Area's Damian Trujillo reports from police headquarters.

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Sharp accusations keep flying between San Jose police and city officials.

The police union has told new academy cadets they will get a pay cut once they graduate and hit the streets due to the new voter-approved pension system.

Damian Trujillo provides more on the latest on this story in his video report above.

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