Chicago Police To Try Rehiring Retired Cops, In Bid To Bolster Ranks, Officials Say

The Chicago Police Department is launching a new effort to win back retired CPD officers and hire sworn officers serving other law enforcement agencies.

The two programs seek to bolster the police force’s ranks by allowing retired Chicago officers and officers from outside the city to get salary credit for their experience and avoid requirements that they take exams or again graduate from the police academy.

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