Maryland Sees Shortage of Law Enforcers

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Maryland lost 290 police officers between 2000 and 2003, according to new Census Bureau estimates, as departments struggle to retain the officers they have and hire replacements for the ones who are leaving. Police officials say that natural attrition, combined with Maryland’s relatively high standards for recruits and competition with federal agencies for officers, is
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