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Police Chief Mori: Let’s train new officers in Vancouver

Washington considers four new campuses to boost police ranks as staffing dwindles

By , Columbian staff writer
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Washington lawmakers are fervently seeking solutions to alleviate police agencies’ growing pains, and Vancouver may be a key player in finding the answer.

Vancouver Police Chief Jeff Mori met with local and state lawmakers Tuesday to promote establishing a police training campus in Vancouver. He’s certain that having

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