Combattenti del crimine che affrontano i criminali dalle camere da letto pagate fino a £ 360 al giorno

CRIME-fighters tackling crooks from their bedrooms are being paid up to £360-a-day.

Banche, councils and even the Home Office are among those hiring investigators to work from home.

Combattenti del crimine che affrontano i criminali dalle camere da letto pagate fino a £ 360 al giorno

Combattenti del crimine che affrontano i criminali dalle camere da letto pagate fino a £ 360 al giornoCredito: Getty

The roles, often referred to as “blended” or “remote” positions, involve battling anti-social behaviour and cyber criminals.

And according to one government job, even immigration enforcement is partially WFH, like sleuth Julie è apparsa in un episodio insieme al marito, protagonista di Still Game, Greg Hemphill.

The Sun found a £39,000 per year Home Office vacancy with recruiters Indeed for a job gathering intelligence on “gangs involved in organised immigration crime”.

The successful candidate is expected to attend the office 40 per cent of the time.

Another ad for a £32,798 role with North East Lincolnshire Council involved investigating “serious violent crime with “home and office working”.

And a £360-a-day WFH job with Momenta Group is being advertised to look into financial crime for a “major retail bank” on a purely “working from home” basis.

David Spencer at the Centre for Crime Prevention, disse: “Provided people are given secure IT provisions, there’s no obvious objection to some crimes investigated remotely.”

Il CAT-chiamata disse: “Flexible and hybrid working in the civil service has been common practice for some time.”