MI Police Hiring Down; Job ‘Has Gotten Unattractive’

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A decade ago, more than 200 applicants sought jobs at the Roseville, Mi., Police Department. Now, Police Chief James Berlin sees fewer than 25 candidates on hiring lists for twice as many openings He estimates at least half were unqualified or failed to pass stringent background checks, reports the Detroit News. “We have to do something, especially for the future,” said . . .

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