The Lodi Police Department used to encourage its officers to train frequently at the firing range. Not today, though. Bullets are scarce and shipments take months to receive, causing Lodi to severely limit the frequency of firearm training.
"We would encourage all officers to go to the range any time they wanted to," said Sgt. Doug Chinn of the Lodi Police Department. "But we've had to ration our ammunition because we just don't have enough."
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