Report: Texas emerges as 8th-best state to be a police officer
from Downtown Austin Patch
Just in time for National Police Week kicking off May 14, researchers at the WalletHub personal finance website have released their analysis of "Best & Worst States to Be a Police Officer for 2017," with Texas emerging as eighth best overall. To achieve the rankings, WalletHub took many factors into consideration, including law enforcement officers per capita; median income; homicide cases solved per state; police deaths per 1,000 officers; and housing affordability.
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