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by Randy Cassingham

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Cops’ Collateral Careers III
An unidentified police officer in Auckland, New Zealand, has been “censured” after superiors discovered she was moonlighting at another job without prior department approval, which she would not have gotten because “that type of work is inappropriate and incompatible with policing,” said Deputy Commissioner Lyn Provost. A police spokesman confirmed the officer had worked “for a limited time” as a prostitute, where she made as much as NZ$500 (US$300) per night. Prostitution is legal in New Zealand. She will get to keep her police job. (New Zealand Herald) ...Supervisors especially appreciate her “fantastic undercover abilities.”
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