Army Reserve, D.C. Police Sign Partnership

Leipold, J. D.
October 2008
Soldiers;Oct2008, Vol. 63 Issue 10, p19
The article discusses the partnership agreement signed between the U.S. Army Reserve and the District of Columbia Metropolitan Police Deparment that will allow both organization to recruit, train and employ men and women desiring to serve the nation and their community. It states that aside from being one of the top 10 largest police departments in the U.S., the D.C. Police Department became the fifth organization to enter an employee partnership with the Army Reserve. Comments from D.C. Chief of Police Cathy L. Lanier are also included.


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