From authors to antique dealers: Cambs Police reveal list of officers’ second jobs
MORE than 80 police officers in Cambridgeshire have second jobs - ranging from antique dealers to referees.
Figures released under the Freedom of Information Act reveal that, as of May this year, 87 officers had a registered “business interest”.
Fifteen officers were employed to deliver training while 14 were involved in the property, letting and rental markets.
There were five officers working as secretaries, two plasterers, two referees and two volunteers.
Some officers had part-time jobs coaching cycling, teaching fitness classes, translating documents and doing administrative work for a festival.
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The data shows that one officer owned a sports shop, one was treasurer for a boat club and another played in a band.
Cambridgeshire police also have in their ranks a school governor, a childminder, two antique dealers and an author.
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