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The Police Corps is a Federal program designed to address violent crime by increasing the number of officers with advanced education and training who serve on community patrol. The program has 2 major components.

To participate, a state lead agency designated by the Governor must submit a state plan for approval. Individuals apply to the state where they are willing to serve. Agencies in areas designated by the state as "areas of great need" are eligible to apply to the state to hire Police Corps graduates and receive annual financial assistance.


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