Fla. officials push for police partners
The Miami Herald
FLORIDA — Police partners may seem like a myth to most law enforcement officers in South Florida, but with cop killings surging across the nation, some top state and local officials say it's time to resurrect the practice.
In the aftermath of the shooting of two Broward Sheriff's Office deputies in a five-day span last month, some say having a partner is the best way to keep officers safe on dangerous streets with bold, well-armed criminals.
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