Psychologist Said Don’t Hire Tacoma Officer; Union Head on Leave After Note to Publisher

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http://www.tribnet.com/news/story/3042988p-3066859c.html A clinical psychologist who evaluated Tacoma police job applicants recommended in 1981 that David Brame not be hired, according to the late chief's personnel file, the Tacoma News Tribune reports. Nevertheless, he got the job of patrol officer and later was promoted, ultimately becoming chief of police in 2002. Yesterday, four days after Brame shot his wife . . .

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