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Frontline is holding up despite 9.4% sickness rate, says NPCC

Frontline resilience is holding up despite a near-10% absence rate, Chiefs have claimed.

South Yorkshire CC Lauren Poultney

South Yorkshire CC Lauren Poultney

Date - 11th January 2022
By - Chris Smith
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Forces are managing frontline absence due to CIVID-19 sickness but specialist roles are being impacted, according to Chiefs. Resilience plans are running to keep response work going despite a national sickness rate of 9.4%, the National Police...
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