Low pay, unpredictable hours and reported morale problems are hurting the Kansas Highway Patrol’s recruiting efforts, the patrol says. It acknowledges that the trooper shortage poses a “public safety concern.”
Low pay, unpredictable hours and reported morale problems are hurting the Kansas Highway Patrol’s recruiting efforts, the patrol says. It acknowledges that the trooper shortage poses a “public safety concern.” Brian Corn The Wichita Eagle
Low pay, unpredictable hours and reported morale problems are hurting the Kansas Highway Patrol’s recruiting efforts, the patrol says. It acknowledges that the trooper shortage poses a “public safety concern.” Brian Corn The Wichita Eagle

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