ATLANTA - Reviews suggest that at least 500 law enforcement officers in Georgia may have lied about fulfilling required training in the last year. <br />
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports the police officers and sheriff's deputies may have taken advantage of a glitch in the new program used for online training courses. <br />
The newspaper reports that law enforcement agencies across the state have been told to investigate whether their officers actually completed required training. <br />
The problem was discovered after the Cumming Police Department reported finding discrepancies in 15 officers' online training records. <br />
The Public Safety Training Center says glitches in the online program either didn't accurately record time spent in training or allowed officers to get credit without actually completing training.
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