Ex-Baton Rouge Top Cop Seeks To Head LSU Police Department

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Retired Baton Rouge police chief Carl Dabadie who served on the force for 30 years isn't ready yet to give up being a law enforcer.

He's applied to become the next police chief at LSU.

One of those competing against Dabadie to head up the Tigers' police department is the acting chief, Bart Thompson.  He initially said he didn't want the post on a permanent basis.

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