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1/10/06

Lubbock Police Looking For Recruits

The Lubbock Police Department is hiring new officers. The department is now accepting applications for its March Academy. 

"One of the best things we have going on here is that our academy is pretty well known for putting out some very well trained recruits," said Recruiter Jason Jones.

For more information, call (806) 775-2844, or you can ( click here) for a link to an application. 

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