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Nashville PD Recruits Camden Officers To Be Laid Off

December 16, 2010  | 

The Nashville (Tenn.) Police Department is recruiting officers who are set to be laid off by the Camden (N.J.) Polce Department, reports The Star-Ledger.

A Nashville PD recruiter met with 20 Camden officers on Wednesday and said other departments will likely try to hire the officers.

Camden is planning to lay off up to 180 officers from its 370-member force on Jan. 18. Retirements and concessions from officers' unions could reduce the number of layoffs.

Read the full story at NJ.com.


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