Justice Department issues new report aimed at improving police hiring nationwide

Houston Police Cadet Class 254 take the oath of office during their graduation at the Houston Police Academy Thursday, July 7, 2022 in Houston. HPD welcomed 50 new police officers to its ranks during the ceremony. (Photo by Brett Coomer/Houston Chronicle via Getty Images)

With police departments across the country struggling to hire and retain officers, the Justice Department issued a new report on Tuesday with strategies and takeaways aimed at helping law enforcement agencies grow their forces. 

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