Pa. PD to be fully staffed for first time in 5 years
"You're never caught up for long," said Chief Larry Palmer. "It's just the nature of the business."
By Michael Buck
The Eastern Pennsylvania Express-Times
EASTON, Pa. — City police are adding six officers and hope to have the streets fully staffed by year's end for the first time in at least five years, police officials said.
After conducting oral exams with 116 people over three weeks, Capt. Michael Vangelo said his department is running background checks on the top six candidates.
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