N.C. Highway Patrol review called a 'fraud'
By Dan Kane
The News & Observer
RALEIGH, N.C. — The N.C. Police Benevolent Association is raising objections to a four-month review of the State Highway Patrol's hiring, training and supervision policies.
John Midgette, the association's executive director, said the review was a "manipulated fraud" because it did not look into pressing issues inside the 1,800-member force, particularly the handling of disciplinary cases.
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