Hiring Emerges As Top Priority For St. Louis County Sheriff’s Office

DULUTH — When Matt Miranda first applied for a job in the St. Louis County Sheriff’s Office in 2014, he and fellow applicants filled a lecture hall at the University of Minnesota Duluth to take the written examination.

Miranda had two years of experience as a ranger with the Minneapolis Park Police Department and another two working as an armed guard in downtown Minneapolis. He held a four-year degree and earned a good score on the test.

Miranda didn’t get the job. In fact, he didn’t even get an interview.

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