Chicago Police Recruits Rarely Flunk Out

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All but a handful of trainees graduate from the academy and become cops, raising concerns about how rigorous and selective the department is in inducting new officers. Over a recent four-year period, the academy graduated more than 97 percent of its recruits, compared with a national average of 86 percent.
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