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Detectives investigating rapes and murders work ‘from home’

DETECTIVES are investigating from home because of rapes and murders, it is said.

Several armed forces have adopted “hybrid work,” meaning officers can conduct investigations from their kitchen table.

Zoe Wakefield of the Hampshire Police Federation says hybrid working has worked for the police

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Zoe Wakefield of the Hampshire Police Federation says hybrid working has worked for the policePhoto credit: Solent

Some WFH officers are stationed in areas with the highest crime rates in the UK.

The Police Federation’s Simon Kempton said “pretty much any” type of probe could be done with a laptop and a phone.

He said, “Whether it’s shoplifting or murder or anything in between.”

Hampshire, with the seventh highest crime rate out of 43 armed forces in England and Wales, has adopted the approach.

Zoe Wakefield, from the Hampshire Police Federation, told The Telegraph that hybrid working has worked.

She said: “For example, in our main investigation department, different teams will take turns being the duty team to deal with people in custody, then of course they have to be in the building.

“But when they’re on their exam days, they could either be at the train station or at home.”

https://www.the-sun.com/news/5380782/rape-murder-detectives-working-from-home/ Detectives investigating rapes and murders work ‘from home’

Jessica MacLeish

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