Depth of Iraqi Police Training Questioned The U.S. military is working to improve training for Iraq's fledgling Army. But less attention is being paid to improving police forces, which critics call ineffectual and corrupt. Some experts also voice concern that the Iraqi police force will become too militarized.
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The U.S. military is working to improve training for Iraq's fledgling Army. But less attention is being paid to improving police forces, which critics call ineffectual and corrupt. Some experts also voice concern that the Iraqi police force will become too militarized.