The Dayton Police Department is lowering its testing standards for recruits. It’s a move required by the Holder U.S. Department of Justice after it says not enough African-Americans passed the exam.
“It becomes a safety issue for the people of our community,” said Dayton Fraternal Order of Police President, Randy Beane. “It becomes a safety issue to have an incompetent officer next to you in a life and death situation.”
The Dayton Fire Department is also being forced to comply with the "Dumbing Down" of its forces under these orders.
The D.O.J. will be forcing other police/fire departments across the country to lower testing standards, citing once again that not enough black candidates were passing. Your city may be next.