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April 12, 2013 12:00 AM

Editorial: Columbia officials must disclose details about police chief’s absence

RANDY SCOTT has done an admirable job in his two and a half years as Columbia’s police chief, beginning with restoring officers’ confidence and the public’s trust by overhauling the undermanned, underfunded department that had been rattled by a testing scandal, low morale and inconsistent leadership.

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