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Because of budget cuts, the cruiser in which Washington State Trooper Brian Salyer, a 22-year veteran, was patrolling was without a vital yet basic piece of police technology at a critical moment. How have budget cuts affected your department? Add your comments to the article and let us know what’s happening in your AOR.

Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Senior Editor
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