A California sheriff’s office has removed 47 deputies from law enforcement duties after it was revealed they received unsatisfactory psychological exam results during the hiring process, Your Content has learned.
Alameda County Sheriff’s Office removed 47 deputies from law enforcement duties after it was revealed they received unsatisfactory psychological exam results.
The 47 deputies represent 5 percent of the 1,000-member force.
A spokesperson said retesting will begin in the next ‘couple months,’ and will be performed by an outside firm.
A former deputy who was charged with murder reportedly failed his exam before he was hired on to the Sheriff’s Office.
Anonymous sources claim the exam process under current sheriff Gregory Ahern is flawed,‘according to FlipBoard.
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