Those officers told FOX 26 they've been told by their supervisor they will not be paid overtime for working the event. Instead the officers must take off a day next week.
Officers say that takes them off the streets from fighting real crime.
How is the department responding?
They issued this statement:
"Whether officers are compensated for overtime in the form of pay or other compensation is a longstanding management decision."
Union officials tell FOX 26 this could become a problem if the department abuses the time off policy rather than paying officers overtime.