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Editor's Note:

Back in October 2010 we began a three-part series from Sgt. Joe Binns, a 17-year veteran with the Garner (N.C.) Police Department, on the challenges of recruiting the best young officers from the so-called “millennial generation.” In this month’s issue, Binns wraps up this series with some recommendations, while Larry Jetmore answers P1 Members’ email questions about promotional exams. If you have ideas about topics we should cover in this space, send us an email.

— Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Senior Editor
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