L.A. Sheriff's Department loosens hiring standards for new recruits

By Alicia Lozano and Joel Rubin
Los Angeles Times

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LOS ANGELES — Amid an aggressive push to bolster its ranks with thousands of new deputies, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department loosened its hiring practices and gave jobs to recruits who in the past would have been rejected, according to a department watchdog report released Thursday.

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