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More Than Half of Police Departments Skipped Training Reports

More Than Half of Police Departments Skipped Training Reports

Are New Mexico’s Law Enforcement Up to Date on Required Training? The Academy Doesn’t Know.

Another two-year training cycle has passed, the Law Enforcement Academy (LEA) has an interim director and the Law Enforcement Academy Board (LEAB) has new members. But it seems the more things change, the more they…

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