Knightdale High School resource officer Pete Smith talks with a student on campus. The Wake County school system may create a new program to try to encourage more students to consider careers in law enforcement.
Knightdale High School resource officer Pete Smith talks with a student on campus. The Wake County school system may create a new program to try to encourage more students to consider careers in law enforcement. MECHELLE HANKERSON News & Observer file photo
Knightdale High School resource officer Pete Smith talks with a student on campus. The Wake County school system may create a new program to try to encourage more students to consider careers in law enforcement. MECHELLE HANKERSON News & Observer file photo

Wake County may steer students to careers that need more workers

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