By the end of Tuesday, about 160 Camden (N.J.) Police officers will have turned in their guns and police radios in one of the most dangerous cities in the nation, as a budget crunch grips the department.

Mayor Dana Redd and Camden Police Chief Scott Thomson have said the agency will continue to manage even though the approximately 370-member force was hacked in half, reports the Courier-Post.

The department has also shifted to 12-hour shifts to manage the lower staffing level.

Read the full story at CourierPostOnline.com.

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