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U.S. Capitol Police under Crisis: More than 70 officers have left since Jan. 6th


More than 70 U.S. Capitol Police officers have left the force in the wake of the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection and the department’s union says that the $1.9 billion supplemental funding package is insufficient to stave off further departures. The police force has warned it will take years to hire and train more officers to recoup its ranks and that current officers are working longer hours to fill staffing gaps. The House passed a $1.9 billion supplemental funding bill for the Capitol Police on Thursday. It now heads to the Senate, where it will need to win 60 votes before being…

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