Young Cops Are Training In Real-Life Conversations

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Sgt. Marty Tucker thinks millennials have trouble talking to strangers. Tucker, who runs training for the Sheriff's Office in Spokane, Wa., says new recruits seem inhibited when making face-to-face contacts with members of the public, NPR reports. "They're so stressed out about making contact that they don't think about anything . . .

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