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Week-471-January-06-2010

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Week 471
01/06/2010

Editor's Note:

We herald in a new year with the objective of delivering news that demonstrates that cops are better armed, armored, and able to carry out their duties on patrol. However, we've already had headlines that show an uphill slog for cops, like word from Chicago that that the city is contemplating the elimination of entrance exams.

What do you see as the top challenges facing officers this year? E-mail us your comments.

— Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Senior Editor

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The Chicago Police Department is seriously considering scrapping the police entrance exam to "bolster minority hiring, save millions on test preparation, and avert costly legal battles" ... Full story

Those who support the removal of an entrance exam claim there are good reasons to make the move. Others think the idea is illogical, dangerous and, as the FOP president put it, "too stupid to be true." What do you think? Smart move or the start of a dangerous precedent? Add your voice to the discussion.
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