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Crime
12:01 pm
Mon April 2, 2012

Former King Co. Sheriff thinks millennials will change policing

Former King County Sheriff Sue Rahr believes younger police officers will rely less on physical responses for upholding the law.
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Could the Millennial Generation transform law enforcement, making it more focused on communication skills than physical force? Sue Rahr, the new director of the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission, thinks so.

Rahr, the former King County Sheriff, says people who are part of what's come to be called the millennial generation are different than baby boomers or even Gen Xers.

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