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Cops woke up ‘afraid of flashing blue lights and were dropped off by parents’

Wakeful newcomers fear blue lights and struggle with motion sickness, a whistleblower claims.

Overprotective parents also treat them like children.

A whistleblower claims that inexperienced PCs are afraid of blue lights and suffer from motion sickness

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They keep showing up to complain that their kids are overworked and hungry.

One mum even brought her son to his first shift at West Midlands Police because he was nervous.

The source said: “Several new officers get nauseous at blue lights at high speed and ask the driver to stop.

“It is shocking.”

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They claimed the police were suffering.

Some of the worst examples relate to recruits from a dual training program.

The whistleblower added: “It’s like being back in school. This is a police force and we have people who don’t live in the real world.”

They said a parent called a station and asked, “Where’s my child? They should be ready by now and I’ll be waiting outside to take him home.”

And a mother in Wolverhampton called to say: “The job you sent my daughter to really piss her off”.

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The force have previously been accused of being roused for trying to hire an assistant director for fairness and belonging and an assistant director for talent and organizational effectiveness – both on salaries in excess of £74,000.

Chief Constable Sir David Thompson insisted the force had “outstanding student officers”.

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/18013348/woke-police-scared-flashing-blue-lights/ Cops woke up ‘afraid of flashing blue lights and were dropped off by parents’

Bobby Allyn

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