(Yeah, they did it back in the 80s and 90s, too. That’s why flaring one’s aura in public is a bad idea. 😛 )
Mercenary Proofreader is well aware that certain words are capitalized in writing by/for, say, military personnel or government officials. However, this is not standard. Don’t capitalize recruitment officers.
A comma was added after districts because what comes afterward is a nonrestrictive dependent clause following the main clause. (You can read about this in The Chicago Manual of Style, section 6.31, if you want a little more information. Honestly, I usually only use that book to look up jargon or to find a clear way to explain this stuff to other people, but it is better than relying on Strunk and White for everything, y’know?)
Recruitment officers patrol the school districts, looking for children who radiate an unusual brightness.