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Monday January 22nd, 2018 5:09PM

LISTEN: Recruitment sometimes diffucult for today's police forces

By Bill and Joel

Many in law enforcement believe that anti-law enforcement sentiment is at an all time high. Lance LoRusso addresses this issue in his books "Blue News" and "When Cops Kill". Find out what this former law enforcement officer turned attorney has to say about the situation facing police departments and the men and women who staff them.

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LISTEN: Recruitment sometimes diffucult for today's police forces
Many in law enforcement believe that anti-law enforcement sentiment is at an all time high. Lance LoRusso addresses this issue in his books "Blue News" and "When Cops Kill". Find out what this former law enforcement officer turned attorney has to say about the situation facing police departments and the men and women who staff them.
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