‘I’m Worried’: Omaha Police Union President Says Department Getting Low Number Of Applicants

OMAHA, Neb. — An Omaha police recruitment video asks the question, “Would you like to be part of the best law enforcement agency the nation has to offer?”

Not as many people are saying yes.

“It’s a little scary. I’m going to be honest, I’m a little worried,” said Tony Conner, president of the Omaha Police Officer’s Association.

Conner’s worried because he said since the department opened up the application process on March 1, only about 200 people have applied.

OPD usually gets more than 1,000 applications.

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