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A Year of Living Dangerously, Training Iraqi Police

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A Year of Living Dangerously, Training Iraqi Police

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A Year of Living Dangerously, Training Iraqi Police

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Michael Heidingsfield trains Iraqi security forces. The former police chief of Scottsdale, Ariz., has a one-year contract to do so. He survived a March bombing at his hotel that killed nearly 50 people. He tells Scott Simon about the difficulties of recruiting and training police in Iraq.

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