After years on the streets gaining vital experience (unless you are a direct entry detective of course) and having spent too much money on that tailor-fitted suit, then a newly qualified detective is often as keen as mustard to get to that first ‘proper’ job.
Often, upon arrival at the scene of the ‘proper job’, then the newly qualified DC’s note pad will have the same kind of effect as the Hammer of Thor.
The air of authority is pungent as various instructions, ‘orders’ and directions are given to the gaggle of response team officers who are hoping that, at the very least, no crime scene or hospital guard will be needed.
However, the aforementioned example of a newly-qualified DC arriving on scene is perhaps a bit ‘fancy’ and, in reality, things do not often ‘pan out’ like that.
So instead, we are sharing this short video with you that was brought to our attention by one of our followers.
Having watched the video a number of times, we can confirm that it does indeed paint a true picture of a ‘real world’ policing scenario…
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