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Pandemic policing: Two thirds of officers have experienced work-related mental health difficulties during the Covid crisis

As the UK continues to emerge from lockdown, a new report from the Police Federation of England and Wales reveals that 69% of police officers have experienced work-related mental health difficulties during the pandemic; Policing Insight Editor Keith Potter looks at the report – the latest in a recent series of studies to highlight the pandemic’s devastating impact on emergency services wellbeing.

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