Police Departments Find Legal Hurdles To Increasing Diversity Of Forces

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In many cities, well-intentioned policies that were not meant to discriminate have become obstacles to hiring a diverse police force, reports the New York Times. In Inkster, Mi., Police Chief William Riley found a significant problem was something that seemed mundane: how training is paid for. Other cities face rigid hiring processes that were intended
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