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Four out of 10 female police officers in the UK have considered leaving the force.
From the BBC News:
Four in 10 women police officers have considered leaving the force because of low morale, a survey has suggested.
Female officers cited reasons including lack of flexible working and issues surrounding childcare.
The Independent Police Commission consulted 3,410 women officers in England and Wales for the study.
The Association of Chief Police Officers (Acpo) said the findings highlighted the need for reform of pay and conditions in the service.
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