Dear Lothian and Borders Police,
Please could you inform me of how many individual police officers have been off work sick for more than ten consecutive in 2012.
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Thank you for your email received 22 December 2012 seeking information.
I can confirm that for the year 2012, 425 police officers had 10 or more consecutive days off work sick.
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