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Award for former sergeant who fought for flexible working

British Association for Women in Policing Coaching and Mentoring Award.

Julie Rawsthorne (centre) collecting her award from Chief Constable Dee Collins (right) at this year's BAWP awards sponsored by Police Oracle

Julie Rawsthorne (centre) collecting her award from Chief Constable Dee Collins (right) at this year's BAWP awards sponsored by Police Oracle

Date - 17th June 2018
By - Sophie Garrod - Police Oracle
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An ex-sergeant who worked tirelessly to provide more officers and staff with the option to work flexibly has been rewarded. Flexible working within Lancashire Constabulary was introduced in the early 2000s but take-up was initially...
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