Philadelphia Officers Abandon City After Rules Change

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More than 1,000 Philadelphia police officers have abandoned city living since the department’s residency rules were softened five years ago, reports. Many were lured to the suburbs by the prospect of better schools, cleaner streets, and safer neighborhoods. The figure, based on a Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News analysis of payroll data, represents about 15 percent . . .

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