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Quincy Police Department plans public hearing to discuss diversity

Quincy Police Department plans public hearing to discuss diversity

The Quincy Police Department is now looking to better racially represent its community.

The department is planning a public meeting next week to discuss diversity.

Data USA reports 89 percent of Quincy residents are white, 5.8 percent are black and less than 2 percent are Hispanic or Asian.

"We're just wanting the input of the community and showing them that you can apply to the Quincy Police Department," Officer Taylor Dralle said. " I'm a recruiting officer, so I will be there. You can come up to me if you want to find an application."

A public meeting will take place on Wednesday, January 3 at 6 p.m. in the Quincy City Council Chambers.

The meeting also kicks off the 2018 application and testing period for the Quincy Police Department.

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