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Should law enforcement require a college degree?

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Jesse Guardiola is an award-winning 25-year veteran Tulsa Police Officer specializing in Community Outreach Innovation Strategies and workforce development. He is also a member of the Tulsa World Community Advisory Board. In this episode, Ginnie Graham and Guardiola talk the college degree requirement for law enforcement; why they think it's important; and how the community is helping recruit potential officers to get the education they need, regardless of their background.

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