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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Miami-Dade police need help to comply with the state’s new requirement that every school have a trained armed guard.

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On Thursday, police put out the call to retired law enforcement, hoping some of them can report for duty again.

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Specifically, they want retirees to guard public schools.

The jobs come with health insurance, paid sick time and of course, summers off.

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Just last week Broward schools and different law enforcement agencies in the county essentially admitted they don’t know how they’ll staff all Broward schools with someone.