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State Police to step up hiring process

Superintendent seeks to diversify agency's ranks

Superintendent Mark Delaney has been working to draft a hiring plan for State Police. Superintendent Mark Delaney has been working to draft a hiring plan for State Police.
By Shelley Murphy
Globe Staff / March 24, 2008

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The head of the Massachusetts State Police says he's trying to speed up the hiring of new recruits and attract more women and minorities as the agency faces a possible exodus of retiring troopers over the next few years. (Full article: 870 words)

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