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Officers suffering from "chronic stress" often have leave interrupted

Frontline Police Scotland officers suffering from "chronic stress" and often have leave interrupted, a report has warned while Thames Valley Fed urge officers to take time off when due.

David Hamilton, Chair of Police Federation Scotland

David Hamilton, Chair of Police Federation Scotland

Date - 1st June 2021
By - Chloe Livadeas
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A survey carried out by Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada, found more than a third of Police Scotland officers have reported for duty when “mentally unwell” – with officers on average turning up for work in this condition a...
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