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Police departments are making efforts to better reflect the communities they serve. Attempting to recruit more women and other persons who are not heterosexual young white males. [ Policing reports a creative range of departmental attempts to address this issue, including outreach to gay communities, efforts to demonstrate the relevance of police work to young women. ]
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