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The average US police department requires fewer hours of training than what it takes to become a barber or a plumber


Dyl1983 8 Apr 21

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That's a misleading statistic. 89% of police officers have some form of college degree:

A national survey of 958 police agencies, published in 2017, found that 30.2 percent of police officers had four-year college degrees, 51.8 percent had two-year degrees, and 5.4 percent had graduate degrees.

Most of the police officers take courses in criminal justice, psychology, etc. before they even begin specific training to be a police officer in a particular community.


BD66 Level 8 Apr 22, 2021

Plumber is not an easy job and is a very important job. Barber? Not so much. Haircuts are kind of important, but law enforcement is much more crucial.

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