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El Paso Officers Working For More than 12 Hours Result in Car Crashes

El Paso Officers Working For More than 12 Hours Result in Car Crashes
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El Paso, Texas –  Three officers have crashed cars and one failed to properly search a suspect. He was accused of sleeping on the job, according to internal affairs documents.

 

Working long hours also negatively affects the quality of the work. Officials shouldn’t work more than 12-hour shifts. Officers periodically working long overtime shifts results in car crashes.

 

According to researchers, officers should never work for more than 12 hours a day. Lois James studied sleep deprivation in policing at Washington State University’s Sleep and Performance Research center .

 

He believes long hours shift results in poor decision-making and increase the risk of having a car accident.

 

The fellowship, supported by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation and Democracy Fund, provides support to journalist to create investigative reporting projects.

 

Elida Perez mentioned the proven risks of working more than 12 hours. She said allowing that amount of overtime work is very irresponsible.

 

Karen Amendola believes having a gun and being obliged to protect and serve as an officer has to be done in a way that will not put people at risk.

 

The review of the time sheets of top 10 earners alone show more than 450 cases in which officers worked more than 12 hours, at least 16 a day in a five-year period.

 

Allen said the police department now has restrictions to prevent officers from working long hours shifts two days in a row.

 

 

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