Maryland State Police announced additional deer hunting training for SWAT teams. JK. But not by much. “Frederick County’s farmers have embraced a suggestion from state troopers that helps them reduce their deer population, but any landowner can take advantage of the offer,” officer.com reports. The program links “a trooper who wants to hunt” with “a farmer who wants to have deer hunted on their farm.” Why cops? Bribery! JK. But not by much. Frederick County Farm Bureau President Charles Brault says the program’s for farmers worried about “letting inexperienced shooters or people you don’t know hunt [their] farm . . . The farmer benefits by reducing deer population on their land; the police officers enjoy a recreational activity and provide venison for their families, the farmer or the Hunters Feeding the Hungry Program, and the public gains by a reduction in the number of deer accidents.” So it’s win, win, win, lose (non-LEO deer hunters).