Audit finds lax management for Chattanooga city employees' take-home vehicles
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. —
A Chattanooga City audit found policies about employee take home vehicles are lax ...and the rules that are in place aren't enforced.
The take-home vehicles are mostly used by Chattanooga Police officers for a quick response when they're off the clock.
But the city auditor found that no controls are in place to make sure the cars aren't being used for personal reasons.
The report also says even though it's against policy, some employees are driving vehicles to homes outside Hamilton County.
NewsChannel 9 has reached out to the police department and the mayor's office for a response to the audit.
We'll let you know once we're provided with more details.
Read the full audit below: