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Editor’s Note:

In this month’s Career Newsletter, columnist Larry Jetmore says that “we’ve let our guard down and political influence is slowly creeping back into determining who will protect and serve, and in what capacity.” He cites two examples he’s seen recently in Connecticut, and asks whether this is a national issue or just confined to the Constitution State. What do you think? Check out the article and add your comments.

— Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Senior Editor
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