Senior police officers can now earn up to £50,000 to work from HOME while enjoying discounts at retailers – including a sex toy firm

  • Senior police investigators are being paid almost £50,000 to work from home
  • The remote roles include benefits such as discounts to Cineworld and Domino’s
  • One constabulary wants someone to from home while examining crimes 

Senior police investigators are being paid almost £50,000 to work from home – and are entitled to discounts at retailers including a sex toy firm.

The ‘remote’ or ‘blended’ roles – which include officers probing unsolved murder and rape cases – include benefits such as an allowance to purchase home office equipment and discounts at retailers including Cineworld, Domino’s and sex toy firm Lovehoney.

Avon and Somerset Constabulary is advertising for a ‘Major and Statutory Crime Review Officer’ to work part-time in a small team examining probes into major crimes.

The £27,432 to £29,331-a-year job involves looking at ‘stranger rape cases, outstanding missing persons, undetected murders and multi-agency domestic homicide, child and vulnerable adult safeguarding cases’.

 Avon and Somerset Constabulary is advertising for a ‘Major and Statutory Crime Review Officer’ to work part-time in a small team examining probes into major crimes

The successful candidate will be reviewing ‘cold cases’, with the opportunity to work from home. Avon and Somerset offer other key roles with the ability to work from home for part of the week, including ‘senior criminal intelligence analysts’ on up to £43,000 a year.

A £47,359-a-year post advertised on job site Indeed by British Transport Police (BTP) for a ‘Force Events Lead’ includes an allowance for the successful candidate to buy equipment for blended and home working.

It also offers a Blue Light Card discount scheme for savings at high street retailers including Lovehoney, Cineworld, Domino’s, Alton Towers, Starbucks and JD Sports.

A £47,359-a-year post advertised on job site Indeed by British Transport Police (BTP) for a ‘Force Events Lead’ includes an allowance for the successful candidate to buy equipment for blended and home working

The London-based job involves managing a unit that oversees ‘public order safety for large events and football’ – and being the ‘central point of contact for intelligence, briefings, governance and quality assurance’. BTP is also advertising for a £30,614-a-year ‘Digital Forensics Unit Investigator’ which involves probes of seized mobile devices. The job comes with an allowance to buy equipment for home working.

Suffolk Constabulary is advertising for a £42,000-a-year Senior Policy and Commissioning Officer in a role which can also be carried out at home.

Earlier this year, The Mail on Sunday revealed up to half of the top terror investigators at the Metropolitan Police were working from home at any one time, with senior officers frustrated at the inability to hold face-to-face meetings.

Avon and Somerset said: ‘Developments in technology mean some roles, especially those that have minimal interactions with the public, can be completed to the same standard from any location.’

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