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SPD study suggests need for 28 more patrol cops; chief asks for 8 this year
Officer Jasmyn Perez, left, the Statesboro Police Department’s newest officer, is welcomed aboard by Chief of Police Mike Broadhead after being sworn in by Mayor Jonathan McCollar at the City Hall steps April 16. (Photo courtesy of SPD)
The Statesboro Police Department, whose authorized workforce of 77 people includes 32 regular, or “line level,” patrol officers, could use 28 more, according to an internal study by the department.
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