Academy-Cheating Reports Investigated In Charlotte

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Police in Charlotte-Mecklenburg, N.C., have launched a investigation to determine whether officers cheated on police academy exams as far back as 2000, reports the Charlotte Observer. Chief Darrel Stephens said some recruits studied questions and answers to 20 of 32 tests before they were administered. He said it was unclear how many recruits had the
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