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What it’s really like to be a female police officer: 3 women share their stories | #missingkids | #parenting | #parenting | #kids


Female police officers make up 31% of the force in England and Wales and the roles available are incredibly diverse. So what’s it like to do their job?

Our Amazing Women series explores the lives of every day women – our sisters, daughters, mothers and friends – and honour the amazing ways in which they engage in and benefit their community. 

The underwater specialist 

Women in the police

(Image credit: Northumbria Police)

Suzanne Crossley, 50, is a sergeant 
in Northumbria Police’s Marine and Specialist Search Team. She lives 
with her husband Ken, a retired 
police officer, and their son Ryan, 16.

Much of my team’s work involves underwater searches for missing people and, sadly, the past 12 months have kept us very busy. The majority of people 
we search for are older but, during 
the pandemic, we’ve seen an increase 
in younger fatalities. When you have children yourself, it really brings the pain home, and we do everything that we can to bring the loved one back to their family.

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